hydrolysis

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  1. DreamingOfDentistry

    increasing the rate of ester hydrolysis

    Would adding a deactivating or activating group speed up this reaction!? I know its not an EAS reaction and cant think "oh a donating group would cause it to react faster." I've also read a paper that said esters react similarly like amides and go quicker with electron withdrawing groups. Does...