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7. Black/white or gray? Identify the pair of reactions where one reaction is clearly faster
than the other. Compare the top line to the bottom line. Explain.
NaOH
NaNH2
Br
+ NaBr
+ Nal
or
NaOH
NaNH2
Br
+ Nal
+ NaBr
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7. Black/white or gray? Identify the pair of reactions where one reaction is clearly faster than the other. Compare the top line to the bottom line. Explain. NaOH NaNH2 Br + NaBr + Nal or NaOH NaNH2 Br + Nal + NaBr

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