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It is probable, however, that the mechanism is # morc complicated than just a single elementary bimolccular reaction. Reutov and coworker^'"^ have studied rcaction 41 (R = PhCH,; R = CF,, CCI,; X = CI, I, OCOCF,). They showed that the reaction was first order with respect to each reactant and obtained second-order rate constants in a variety of solvents (Table 16). For this set of reactions, a cyclic transition state was proposed'"'. - T A B L E 16. 0005 46 Michael H. Abraham and Priscilla L. Grellier Jcnscn and Miller"'* reported that the thrcc-alkyl exchange 42 occurred almost instantaneously, with precipitation of PhHgBr, but that the subscqucnt three-alkyl exchange 43 took place much more slowly.
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