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In the presence of hydrogen bromide, (S)-2-butanol undergoes...?

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Default In the presence of hydrogen bromide, (S)-2-butanol undergoes...?



In the presence of hydrogen bromide, (S)-2-butanol undergoes nucleophilic substitution to afford a chiral alkyl halide derivative. Propose a mechanism for this reaction and then provide the IUPAC name including the stereochemistry of the product.

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