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Hi, I was a little confused about this question.

In a reaction, bromopropane will react with sodium hydroxide to create propanol and sodium bromide, the atom economy is 72.04, what haloalkane could you replace bromopropane with to increase atom economy!!
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HI! I was just wondering if someone could please talk me through this question

In a reaction, bromopropane will react with sodium hydroxide to create propanol and sodium bromide, the atom economy is 72.04, what haloalkane could you replace bromopropane with to increase atom economy!!
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HI! I was just wondering if someone could please talk me through this question

In a reaction, bromopropane will react with sodium hydroxide to create propanol and sodium bromide, the atom economy is 72.04, what haloalkane could you replace bromopropane with to increase atom economy!!
What is the definition of atom economy?
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What is the definition of atom economy?
The measure of the starting products used in the final required products as a percentage
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im sooo glad i never have to do chemistry ever again
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The measure of the starting products used in the final required products as a percentage
So which compounds are involved in this question?
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im sooo glad i never have to do chemistry ever again
LMAO the pain
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HI! I was just wondering if someone could please talk me through this question

In a reaction, bromopropane will react with sodium hydroxide to create propanol and sodium bromide, the atom economy is 72.04, what haloalkane could you replace bromopropane with to increase atom economy!!
any haloalkane with an mr less than bromopropane e.g. Fluropropane
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So which compounds are involved in this question?
Bromopropane and sodium hydroxide
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LMAO the pain
bruh i had my last a level chemistry exam today and i literally still hav mechanisms and chloride ions running free in my brain
but i revised so hard for that exam and im glad cos i walked out that room as if i had just robbed a bank of marks
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bruh i had my last a level chemistry exam today and i literally still hav mechanisms and chloride ions running free in my brain
but i revised so hard for that exam and im glad cos i walked out that room as if i had just robbed a bank of marks
telll the chlorine radicals to yeet themselves off a cliff
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any haloalkane with an mr less than bromopropane e.g. Fluropropane
thank you so much omg
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telll the chlorine radicals to yeet themselves off a cliff
nm that, the HCl is corroding away my brain.... then teachers complain why we dont function properly
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aight im off to go hav some nurofen cos my heads aching... see yas
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nm that, the HCl is corroding away my brain.... then teachers complain why we dont function properly
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aight im off to go hav some nurofen cos my heads aching... see yas
Its all the iodine i drank, making me woozyy
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Its all the iodine i drank, making me woozyy
lmao, bring out the silver kid
wat year u in?
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any haloalkane with an mr less than bromopropane e.g. Fluropropane
Fluoropropane does not react with sodium hydroxide ...
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Fluoropropane does not react with sodium hydroxide ...
nooooo thank you :'(
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lmao, bring out the silver kid
wat year u in?
12 ehh
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Fluoropropane does not react with sodium hydroxide ...
it doesnt have to be fluoropropane, I just used it as an example hence why i said e.g.
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12 ehh
tough luck
but work hard innit... it'll pay off in the end
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