Alkyl halides undergo substitution reactions and a variety of other reactions as well. The type of reaction that occurs depends on a variety of factors. The structural integrity of the alkyl group to which the halogen is attached plays an important role in determining the type of product that is likely to result. A reaction involving t-butyl bromide is given below:
Which of the following is true regarding substitution reactions?
|A||Tertiary alkyl halides always undergo substitution by SN2 mechanism|
|B||Only alkyl halides can undergo substitution reaction by SN2 mechanism|
|C||SN2 reactions involve the formation of a carbocation intermediate|
|D|| None of the above|