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In the experiment of Nucleophilic substitution reactions: Competing Nucleophiles
1)what would happen if all the solids in the nucleophile medium were not dissolved? How might this affect the outcome of the experiment?

2)Explain the order of elution you observed while performing the gas chromatography for this experiment. What property of the product molecules seems to be the most important in determining relative retention times?

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