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    (Original post by Lilmzbest)
    You mean in the F325 exam? Yeah i think because there was usually only two steps in the reaction mechanisms it was just a coincedence that the first step always ended up being called the slowest, but i once found a question with 3 steps where the middle step was the slowest but they usually tell you don't they?
    oh really, it said in the examiner tip it is rare where you have 3 steps
    ? which example is that with?
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    oh really, it said in the examiner tip it is rare where you have 3 steps
    ? which example is that with?
    I don't think it was in an exam, i think it was in a worksheet from my school, but i'll try and find it for you
 
 
 
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