Reaction Mechanisms *suitable for home teaching*

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This resource, from the Royal Society of Chemistry, is intended for students studying reaction mechanisms. The comprehension, and use, of reaction mechanisms requires students to not only appreciate the electrical changes which are thought to accompany chemical reactions, but also to learn a new formalism where the movement of electrons or electron pairs is represented by full or half arrows (curly arrows and fish-hooks) which may start and end on either atoms or bonds.

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