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Nucleophiles, Electrophiles and Leaving Groups
Mechanism Review Sheet We will discuss the mechanism of a
nucleophile. Nucleophiles: Molecules or atoms with lone pairs of electrons, or pairs of electrons that can be donated.
Ethers Ethers are organic compounds with two alkyl groups attached
Chapter 26: Carboxylic Acids and Their Derivatives - Nucleophilic
Nucleophilic Carbonyl Substitution.
and make them more positive, and thus more prone to nucleophilic attack. Examples R2C(OR)2, and orthoesters, RC(OR)3. are common examples.

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Nucleophiles, Electrophiles and Leaving Groups
Nucleophile - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An ambident nucleophile is one that can attack from two or more places, resulting in two or more products.
What is nucleophilic substitution?
Common nucleophiles are hydroxide ions, cyanide ions, water and ammonia.
Electrophiles and Nucleophiles - UCLA Chemistry and Biochemistry
"Nuc" or "Nu" are common abbreviations for generic nucleophiles. In this example, chloride ion is donating a lone pair to form a new bond with carbon.
The first term is: Nucleophile: A molecule that has a negative charge or at. least a lone pair of electrons. Here are two.

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