I know it’s hard to accept, especially if you really liked this guy, but you really do need to just trust that it’s for the best.
Why would you want to be with a guy who doesn’t want to be with you anyway? You want to be with a guy who can’t believe his luck that a girl like you would choose him! He may have left you, don’t let him take your dignity with him.
Since we’ve gone through the different factors that impact the SN1 and SN2 reactions, it’s worthwhile to review and summarize the different factors behind each of these two reactions.
But first – have you ever heard the story of the cats and the comfy chair?
Since a fractonal distillation lab is pretty dull to supervise after everyone is up and running, I put the introduction to SN1 in haiku format. I know that the branching of the base/nucleophile will direct the reaction towards E2 or Sn2, where steric hinderance of the base/nu: will most likely lead to an E2 rxn, b/c the H protons are more accessible.What does the Catholic Church really teach about divorce? Jesus speaks about divorce: “Therefore what God has joined together, no human being must separate,” (Mark 10:9). In marriage, the two become one flesh in a union joined by God, (Mark 10:8).(Each done on a powerpoint slide with a pretty background…) Leaving group breaks off Forming carbocation SN1, first step very reactive intermediate species they need electrons tertiary good hyperconjugation helps resonance does too add more Nu? the rate is independent that’s kinetic proof climbing two mountains reaction coordinate C is high pass how do you decide? Does branching of the base/nucleophile have any affect on E1 or Sn1?I do know that branching of the substrate helps stabilize the carbocation…If it found to be invalid (not meeting the requirements of a sacramental marriage) then an annulment would be granted.