Nucleophilic

Some articles on nucleophilic:

Alcool - Reactions - Nucleophilic Substitution
... The OH group is not a good leaving group in nucleophilic substitution reactions, so neutral alcohols do not react in such reactions ... R−OH2+, the leaving group (water) is much more stable, and the nucleophilic substitution can take place ... halides, where the hydroxyl group is replaced by a chlorine atom by unimolecular nucleophilic substitution ...
Nucleophilic Conjugate Addition
... Nucleophilic conjugate addition is a type of organic reaction ... Ordinary nucleophilic additions or 1,2-nucleophilic additions deal mostly with additions to carbonyl compounds ... Such a nucleophilic addition is called a nucleophilic conjugate addition or 1,4-nucleophilic addition ...
Green–Davies–Mingos Rules - Effects of Large Pi Ligands
... pi ligands are present they can undergo different kinds of nucleophilic attacks ... In the following figure the nucleophilic attack can occur from either the top or bottom and reduce the double bond and add the nucleophile ... This nucleophilic attack can occur at either the top or bottom also and add the nucelophile ...
Diphenylphosphoryl Azide - Uses
... undergoes pseudohalogen replacement of the azido group by treatment with nucleophilic reagents, such as water, butanol, ammonia, and various amines ... proceeds through the intermediate mixed anhydride, resulting from attack by the nucleophilic carboxylate anion on the phosphorus atom, with expulsion of the azide ion ... of the amide similarly involves the intermediate anhydride, followed by nucleophilic substitution by the amine ...
Biginelli Reaction - Reaction Mechanism
... The nucleophilic addition of urea gives the intermediate 4, which quickly dehydrates to give the desired product 5 ... This scheme begins with rate determining nucleophilic addition by the urea to the aldehyde ... The β-ketoester then adds to the imine bond and consequently the ring is closed by the nucleophilic attack by the amine onto the carbonyl group ...