Organic Reactions have a key player – the nucleophile
Organic reactions involve nucleophiles and electrophiles. However, it is the nucleophile that “drives” the reaction. Let’s see how to find and identify this key player.
Organic Chemistry is the Movement of Electrons
Organic chemistry revolves around making and breaking bonds. And these bonds are simply made up of 2 electrons. As you move through your class, you will see how these two electrons are important, from drawing reaction products to mechanisms.
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Don’f forget to check out Nucleophiles-part 1.