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Nature volume 78, pages 2224 (07 May 1908) | Download Citation



LONDON. April 2.—Sir William Chemical Society, April 2.—Sir William Ramsay, K.C.B., F.R.S., president, in the chair.7mdash;Rate of hydrolysis of chloroacetates, bromoacetates, and α-chlorohydrin by water and by alkali, and the influence of neutral salts on the reaction velocities (preliminary note): G. Senter, The results of an investigation of the rate of displacement of halogen by hydroxyl for bromoacetic acid, its sodium salt, and for α-chlorohydrin, and the effect of certain neutral sodium salts on the reaction velocities are given.

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