The decreasing order of the rate of the reaction  CH3Br+NuCH3Nu+Brwith nucleophiles NuA to D Nu=(A)PhO, (B) AcOHO (D) CH3O

  1. A

    B>D>C>A

  2. B

    D>C>A>B

  3. C

    D>C>B>A

  4. D

    A>B>C>D

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    Solution:

    The order acid-strength of the conjugate acids of the given bases is  CH3OH<H2O<PhOH<AcOH The base-strength of the given bases will be

    CH3OD>OHC>PhOA>AcOBThe stronger the base, stronger the nucleophile, greater the rate of nucleophilic displacement.

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