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    Does anyone have any examples of simple multiple step reactions and their respective equations?
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    (Original post by Chunnikan Smudge)
    Does anyone have any examples of simple multiple step reactions and their respective equations?
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    Nucleophilic substitution, i.e. Sn1 type reaction is an example that comes to mind.
    http://www.chemguide.co.uk/mechanism...ub/whatis.html

    or some other sites


    Radical chain reactions are usually multi-step too.
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    Breakdown of ozone is a good one for the radicals.
 
 
 
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