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What is the correct order of reactivity of haloalkanes towards dehydrohalogenation? 1-CH3CH2Cl,2-CH3CHClCH3,(CH3)3CCl

Asked by Priyanka 15th November 2017, 1:15 PM
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According to saytzeff's rule, any alkyl halide which gives a more stable (i.e. highly substituted ) alkene must undergo dehydrohalogenation reaction faster than the one which gives less stable ( less substituted) alkenes.
therefore the reactivity of haloalkenes towards elimination reaction follows the order: Tertiary> secondary> primary
 
The correct order of reactivity of haloalkanes towards dehydrohalogenation is 1-CH3CH2Cl < 2-CH3CHClCH3 < (CH3)3CCl
Answered by Expert 15th November 2017, 2:26 PM
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