Effect of the carbon skeleton on the rate of hydrolysis of a halogenoalkane.

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Has anyone done this chemistry coursework before, involving the effect of the carbon skeleton on the rate of hydrolysis of a halogenoalkane.

Please don't ignore this tread like all the other educational 1's
After all that is the initial aim of this forum

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Has anyone done this chemistry coursework before, involving the effect of the carbon skeleton on the rate of hydrolysis of a halogenoalkane.

Please don't ignore this tread like all the other educational 1's
After all that is the initial aim of this forum

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not ignoring it..wud love to help but my chem is poor...or maybe i havent done it.

good luck.
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not ignoring it..wud love to help but my chem is poor...or maybe i havent done it.

good luck.
Well Thanks 4 not ignorin my thread!

Ne1 else there with any suggestions....Look people I know for a fact that your all extremely smart people I'm sure 1 of u, just 1 of u hav a clue about wot I'm going on about. If so don't hesistate.....POST UR REPLY NOW!!!

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You cannot be so impatient. It could be that there isn't an available chemist online who can answer you promptly.
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Please don't ignore this thread
What thread?
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You cannot be so impatient. It could be that there isn't an available chemist online who can answer you promptly.
ok ok ok, sorry!
But I wud be v. grateful if a chemist wud reply as soon as possible.
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What thread?
This thread!!!
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use the textbook or http://www.chemguide.co.uk
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use the textbook or http://www.chemguide.co.uk
Ive already been on that site and its not v. helpful
But thanks 4 tryin, I appreciate it
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It's friday, you have plenty of time over the weekend don't you? Just leave it for a bit.
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It's friday, you have plenty of time over the weekend don't you? Just leave it for a bit.
Well no not really....
Im workin all weekend and goin out on sundy....so no not really but i will leave it neways.
Hope u all hav a gud weekend!!!I no I will!LOL!
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Well no not really....
Im workin all weekend and goin out on sundy....so no not really but i will leave it neways.
Hope u all hav a gud weekend!!!I no I will!LOL!
LOL!! Leaving it to the last minute? Ah well...good luck!!
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Y has sum1 changed the original title of my thread?
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