Problem: Show how you might use a nucleophilic substitution reaction of 1-bromopropane to synthesize each of the following compounds. (You may use any other compounds that are necessary.)  (d) CH3CH2CH2—S—CH3 

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Show how you might use a nucleophilic substitution reaction of 1-bromopropane to synthesize each of the following compounds. (You may use any other compounds that are necessary.)  (d) CH3CH2CH2—S—CH3
 

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