DAY-38 PART-1 NUCLEOPHILIC AND ELECTROPHILIC ADDITION REACTION
DAY-38 PART-1 NUCLEOPHILIC AND ELECTROPHILIC ADDITION REACTION

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IN THIS VIDEO YOU WILL LEARN HOW A NUCLEOPHILIC SUBSTITUTION IS A SUBSTITUTION REACTION IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IN WHICH THE NUCLEOPHILE DISPLACES A GOOD LEAVING GROUP, SUCH AS A HALIDE, ON AN AROMATIC RING. THERE ARE 6 NUCLEOPHILIC SUBSTITUTION MECHANISMS ENCOUNTERED WITH AROMATIC SYSTEMS: THE SNAR (ADDITION-ELIMINATION) MECHANISM.

IN THIS VIDEO YOU ALSO LEARN HOW AN ELECTROPHILIC ADDITION REACTION IS AN ADDITION REACTION WHERE, IN A CHEMICAL COMPOUND, A Π BOND IS BROKEN AND TWO NEW Σ BONDS ARE FORMED. THE SUBSTRATE OF AN ELECTROPHILIC ADDITION REACTION MUST HAVE A DOUBLE BOND OR TRIPLE BOND.
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