elimination reaction

  1. a chemical reaction in which a molecule decomposes to two different molecules
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How To Use elimination reaction In A Sentence

  • In elimination reactions, larger molecules expel smaller molecules like water, hydrogen halides, carbon dioxide and other diatomic gases to form new substances.
  • The acetylides are also strong bases and in reactions with secondary or tertiary alkyl halides elimination reactions can occur instead.
  • Both organic and inorganic compounds experience elimination reactions.
  • Two HONO elimination channels may compete with each other. The HONO elimination reaction paths are predicted to be important for the decomposition of TNAZ in solid state.
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