How increased substitution leads to more stable alkenes.
Figuring out if a primary substrate will undergo substitution or elimination.
How to figure out if a reagent will act as a strong or weak base or a nucleophile in a reaction.
Reviewing the difference between regioselectivity, stereoselectivity, and stereospecificity in elimination reactions.
Regioselectivity of E1 elimination reactions.
Regioselectivity of E2 elimination reactions.
Reviewing hybridization, geometry, and substitution around alkenes. Classifying di-, tri-, and tetrasubstituted alkenes. Practice naming alkenes.
Using pKa table to determine leaving group ability for Sn1 and Sn2 reactions.
Examples of Sn1 reactions involving carbocation rearrangements.