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Chemical Reactions

Kinetics and Thermodynamics

What is a unimolecular reaction?

A unimolecular reaction involves only a single reactant molecule undergoing a chemical reaction to form products. One possible outcome is that the bonds rearrange within a single molecule to form only one product molecule, while another possibility is that the reactant molecule will fragment, producing multiple product molecules.



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