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In Reimer- Tieman reaction the electrophile is dichlorocarbene
Pentane hasn't a biological activity.
Three: pentane, 2-methylbutane (isopentane), and 2,2-dimethylpropane (neopentane).
The positive species which may attack on carbon or a pi bonds are electrophile as Cl+, NO2+ etc. but H+ and Positive metallic ions are not electrophile .
pentane has five carbons
Indicator will changes the colour according to H+ ion present in a solution. Reagent : consist of electrophile and nucleophile. It help in the attachment of nucleophile to the electrophile and electrophile to the nucleophile. Mirza
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
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.
depending upon the reaction conditions halogens act as electrophiles,nucleophiles and freeradicals
An electrophile is any an agent that is attracted to electrons. The electrophiles stimulate a chemical reaction by bonding with a nucleophile, creating an electron pair.
No, acyl chloride is very reactive as both an electrophile or a nucleophile. Fluorine is just very electronegative.
When cyclohexene(C6H10) reacts with bromine (Br2), trans-1,2-cyclohexane.This stereochemistry is obtained because bromine acts as both an electrophile and a nucleophile creating a cyclic bromonium ion intermediate. This means the second bromine, which acts as a nucleophile, can only attack the partially positive carbon from the opposite side of the side that is a part of the cyclic bromonium ring.
1,2-addition occurs when the carbonyl oxygen (1) is attached by the electrophile and the carbonyl carbon (2) attaches to the nucleophile for the 1,4 the 4 is the beta carbon
Sodium cyanide is the salt of weak acid and strong base and when it is dissolved in water it gives the basic media. The ions Na+ and CN- second is the strong nucleophile. While first is the weak electrophile. Same is the case of sodium methoxide.