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Why do nucleophilic substitution reactions between ammonia and halogens have to occur under pressure? The AQA text book doesn’t explain why
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Why do nucleophilic substitution reactions between ammonia and halogens have to occur under pressure? The AQA text book doesn’t explain why
Ammonia is a pretty poor nucleophile. Pressure speeds up the reaction.
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Like the above user said, the pressure will speed up the reaction due to greater collisions ammonia and halogen particles basically
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