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Problem 65

Chlordane, like DDT, is an organohalide that was used as an insecticide for crops such as corn and citrus and for lawns. In 1983, it was banned for all uses except against termites, and in 1988 it was banned for use against termites as well. Chlordane can be synthesized from two reactants in one step. One of the reactants is hexachlorocyclopentadiene. What is the other reactant? ( Hint : See Section 8.19 .)

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Chemistry Lecture 7 Chapter 15: Chemical Equilibrium Dynamics of Chemical Reactions and Microscopic Reversibility  Reactions can be reversible and dynamic  when rate of forward and reverse reaction are equal  reaction arrows in each direction can denote this Equilibrium  does not mean same amount of reactant and product...

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