Inductive effects

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Is there a good tutorial on inductive effects, especially as they relate to acids and bases as taught in Organic Chemistry? My book is lacking information on this.

The teacher discussed this subject in class today and I think it may have to do with a previous question by Lindz.

Thanks from Sheryl


I wrote an answer about an hour ago but it didn't post for some reason. I found one interesting site from the UK and good examples of halogen addition to double bonds but nothing abuot how an ether group would affect the rates. I think you are correct about the questions from Lindz; I am positive this is the key. Last night I read what I could on the Internet and in a trext I have at home, then winged it.

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