Results for: Electrophile

In Organic Chemistry

What is electrophile?

An electrophile is any an agent that is attracted to electrons. Theelectrophiles stimulate a chemical reaction by bonding with anucleophile, creating an electron pair.
In Chemistry

Electrophilic and Nucleophilic Reagents?

ELECTROFILIC REAGENTS: It is the combination of two words(electro means electron and phile means loving).Therefore those reagents that contain positive charge on it are called ( Full Answer )
In Elements and Compounds

Why hydrogen bromide is electrophile?

hydrogen bromide is not the electrophile its bromide ion may act as the nucleophile, in alkyl halide the alkyl group may act as an electrophile.
In Elements and Compounds

Is H2O nucleophile or electrophile?

H20 is a nucleophile it has a free lone pair of electrons which is a main feature of nucleophile, however, it is a weak nucleophile
In Organic Chemistry

Send you examples of electrophiles?

CH 3 + , NO 2 + , Cl + and other positive species except metallic ions, NH 4 + and H + ions.
In Chemistry

Methanol is a electrophilic or a nucleophilic?

It depends upon incoming reagent, if nucleophile attacks on methanol then it undergoes nucleophilic reaction and if electrophile attacks on methanol then it undergoes electrop ( Full Answer )
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What are electrophiles and nucleophiles?

Electrophiles and Nucleophiles are atoms, bonds, or (small or small parts of) compounds that are involved in chemical reactions. Nucleophiles are "nucleus loving " which mea ( Full Answer )
In Organic Chemistry

What is an electrophile and a nucleophile?

An electrophile is a compound with a positive change or a partial positive charge that could share the electrons of another compound. A nucleophile is a compound with a negat ( Full Answer )
In Organic Chemistry

What is electrophilic center?

It's an area of low electron density, and can be caused, for example, by an incomplete octet. Areas of high electron density are called nucleophilic centres.