Is it possible to remove any hydrogen atom near halide ion in the elimination reaction to form alkene?
Asked by vasturushi | 11th May, 2017, 06:46: PM
In both E1 and E2 elimination reactions, hydrogen atom attached to the carbon atom which is attached to that carbon atom bonded to halide ion.
The difference is E1 is two step and E2 is one step rection.
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