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How would using sodium fluoroacetate instead of sodium chloroacetate
affect the reaction?
This experiment was to synthesis of plant hormone.

and If sodium iodoacetate is used instead of sodium chloroacetate, how will
the rate of reaction be affected? Explain.

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