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Elimination Reactions:

  • An elimination reaction is a reaction in which a hydrogen halide is removed from the molecule, leaving a double bond in its place and producing an alkene.
  • Conditions: hydroxide ions dissolved in ethanol, no water, heat.
  • Elimination reactions are useful for producing alkenes to make polymers.

Elimination Process:

1. The oxygen in


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