2-butanol reaction mechanism?

A typical yield ratio for the 2-butanol reaction is 25% chloride and 75% bromide.
Consider this before answering the following questions.

Please select which mechanism the substitution of 2-butanol follows.


a. SN2 with significant SN1
b.Can't tell
c.SN2
d. SN1 with significant SN2
e. Mainly SN2
f. SN1
g. Mainly SN1

anyone has any idea?thank you.

Answer:
The answer is A. SN1 reactions will be more difficult due to steric hindrance but will still occur. SN2 reactions should be a little more easy than SN1. SN2 mechanism will proceed through a fairly stable secondary carbocation. Good luck

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