Tertiary butylhalogenides are saponified in aqueous and aqueous basic solutions according to an SN1 mechanism to tertiary butanol. The kinetics of the reaction can be followed via the temporal consumption of hydroxide ions and evaluated accordingly.
In acid solution, ethyl acetate is hydrolysed to equivalent quantities of ethanol and acetic acid according to a pseudo-first order rate law. The alkalimetric determination of the acetic acid formed enables conclusions to be drawn on the temporal concentration of ...
Alkyl halides experience rapid halogen exchange reactions in
appropriate solvents. These substitution reactions occur according
to an SN2 mechanism. Their velocity can be advantageously
monitored via conductivity measurements if the ion mobilities in
question clearly ...
Carboxylic acid esters are saponified in an alkaline medium
according to the second order reaction rate (law). In the process,
hydroxide ions with a high ion mobility are consumed in reaction
with an ester. The temporal course of reaction can thus be
advantageously monitored by ...
The reaction velocity is highly dependent on the temperature. In
this experiment magnesium reacts with acetic acid. Comparing the
velocity at the beginning of the reaction shows that the velocity
doubles when the temperature increases 10 K.
Investigate the reaction of ...
The enzymatic hydrolysis of urea in aqueous solution liberates
carbon dixide and ammonia. The ions of these compounds increase the
conductivity of the solution. Conductivity measurements can so be
made to determine the rate of hydrolysis of urea by the enzyme
urease at various ...
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