g Elimination reaction simulation, Kim had tried to prepare cyclohexene from cyclohexanol using HCl as a catalyst, but he got a weird side p

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g Elimination reaction simulation, Kim had tried to prepare cyclohexene from cyclohexanol using HCl as a catalyst, but he got a weird side product cyclohexyl chloride. Cyclohexyl chloride is formed possibly from the side reaction called A. SN1 substitution reaction B. E2 reaction C. E1 reaction D. SN2 substitution reaction

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    2021-07-12T21:10:30+00:00

    Answer:

    SN1 substitution reaction

    Explanation:

    cyclohexanol is a secondary alkanol. The mechanism of acid catalysed dehydration of cyclohexanol involves the protonation of the -OH group.

    This is followed by loss of water which is a good leaving group. At this stage, a proton could be abstracted to yield cyclohexene by E1 mechanism or an SN1 substitution reaction may occur to yield Cyclohexyl chloride.

    The both reactions are equally likely.

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