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The detailed (and as complete as possible) description of plausible or observable pathways leading from reactants to products of a chemical process. This tag should be applied to questions about these processes. It may be applied to hypothetical and/or proposed mechanisms.

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You know this happens in water all the time...what do you mean by mechanism? this is just proton jumping or hopping. The kinetics are are a side issue.
answered May 17 '16 by DrAzulene
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To answer this question, you must first inspect the species that are reacting first. What are these species? What is acid? what is base?...not necessarily focusing on the leaving group. In general, a …
answered Sep 28 '15 by DrAzulene
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The reason A is not correct is because this is a different sort of reaction than the one you are referring to. It is an extremely common to mistake cyclohexane or in this case dihydropyran with benzen …
answered Sep 10 '15 by DrAzulene