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Q: Is pentane an electrophile or nucleophile?
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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


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Is fluorine more reactive than acylchloride?

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Why do we call a nucleophilic addition as 1 2 nucleophilic addition or 1 4 nucleophilic addition?

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