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20.3.1 Describe, using equations, the elimination of HBr from bromoalkanes IB Chemistry HL

Before you saw that warm OH-(aq) reacts with bromoalkanes by substitution (Sn1 or Sn2) BUT if hot OH-(ethanol) is used then an "elimination" reaction will occur and ethene will be the product -- thrilling stuff! This shows that the same reactants but a different solvent can cause a different chemical reaction.
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