Tertiary alkyl halides show SN1 reactions mostly-.. Why?

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Tertiary alkyl halides show SN1 reactions mostly…… Why?

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    Generally SN1 reactions are carried out in polar protic solvents. The energy required for breaking the C-X bond is obtained through solvation of halide ion with the proton of the solvent. Tertiary alkyl halides undergo SN1 reaction very fast because of the high stability of tertiary carbocations.

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