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    The spec says you need to know the reactions of chlorine with water and cold dilute aqueous NaOH.

    It then says you need to know the reactions 'analagous to those specified' (the ones I just said)

    What does this mean?
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    (Original post by SGHD26716)
    The spec says you need to know the reactions of chlorine with water and cold dilute aqueous NaOH.

    It then says you need to know the reactions 'analagous to those specified' (the ones I just said)

    What does this mean?
    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=analogous
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    I wanted it in context
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    I'm not entirely sure but it could mean all the different Halogens i.e. F, I, Br etc. It'll be exactly the same type of reaction though.
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    (Original post by JimJam456)
    I'm not entirely sure but it could mean all the different Halogens i.e. F, I, Br etc. It'll be exactly the same type of reaction though.
    That is basically what I was confused about. If it is just different halogens then that is fine, but it could be a reaction of hot NaOH instead of cold
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    (Original post by SGHD26716)
    The spec says you need to know the reactions of chlorine with water and cold dilute aqueous NaOH.

    It then says you need to know the reactions 'analagous to those specified' (the ones I just said)

    What does this mean?
    For example, KOH + Br2 would be analogous and possibly other disproportionation reactions
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    (Original post by SGHD26716)
    That is basically what I was confused about. If it is just different halogens then that is fine, but it could be a reaction of hot NaOH instead of cold
    I doubt it cause that wouldn't be analogous.
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    (Original post by TeachChemistry)
    For example, KOH + Br2 would be analogous and possibly other disproportionation reactions
    OK, thanks
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