Exercise 14-2 a. Methyl iodide can be prepared from potassium iodide and dimethyl sulfate, Why is dimethyl sulfate preferable to methanol in reaction…

Exercise 14-2 a. Methyl iodide can be prepared from potassium iodide and dimethyl sulfate, Why is dimethyl sulfate preferable to methanol in reaction with potassium iodide? B. l-Bromobutane can be prepared from I-butanol and sodium bromide in concentrated sulfuric acid. What is the function of the sulfuric acid? C. Some people like to put salt in their beer. Assess the possibility of CH,CH,CI poisoning from the reaction of NaCl with the ethanol in beer. Give your reasoning. D. Both isopropyl bromide and tert-butyl bromide react with sodium ethoxide in ethanol. Which bromide would give the most alkene? Which bromide would give the most alkene on solvolysis in 60% aqueous ethanol? Of the two reagents, sodium ethoxide in ethanol or 60% aqueous ethanol, which would give the most alkene with each bromide?