I am solving problems based on rates of hydrolysis of compounds but I don't have a general approach to such questions.
Which of the following compounds undergoes hydrolysis faster than the second under comparable conditions? It may be acid catalysed or base catalysed hydrolysis but the conditions must remain the same for each pair.
In my view since oxygen is more electronegative than sulfur, hence hydrolysis should be easier for second. But I am not sure about it.