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S.D.N. Vet
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What do you mean your having hard time with SN1 and SN2 and E1 and E2?

THose are the four most basic principles of O chem...

Elaborate on what you dont understand and perhaps I can help you out a bit

You should know what they stand for at the least

SN1 (Nucliophilic Substitution unimolecular) SN2 (Nucliophilic Substiution Bimolecular)

E1 (Elimination reaction unimolecular)

E2 (Elimination reaction bimolecular) almost all elimination reations are this one...

You must have misunderstood me: I'm not ASKING for help, I'm SHARING some links.
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