why are halogenoalkanes more reactive than alkanes? also why do they have higher boiling points?
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- 01-06-2017 18:56
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2. The polarity makes intermolecular forces stronger.
Last edited by Swissblade; 01-06-2017 at 19:43.
- 01-06-2017 19:42
- 01-06-2017 20:27
they are more reactive because as you go down the group reactivity increases i.e. the weaker the bond the lower the activation energy and hence, faster the reaction. R-I>R-Br>R-Cl
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