Acid or Base Catalyzed Addition, Elimination and Substitution Reactions

  • Sami Matar
  • Manfred J. Mirbach
  • Hassan A. Tayim


Addition, elimination and substitution reactions are well-known in organic chemistry. Therefore it is not surprising that they have also found many applications in industrial chemistry.


Acrylic Acid Ethylene Oxide Vinyl Chloride Calcium Hydroxide Substitution Reaction 
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  • Sami Matar
  • Manfred J. Mirbach
  • Hassan A. Tayim

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