Ethanol used as an solvent in substitution reactions, Chemistry

why is ethanol used as an solvent in substitution reactions?

ethanol is used as an solvent because it is soluble in water and also it is more reacive....

Ethanol is used usually coz it polarize the substrait so that the leaving group can easily take an exit...........

 

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