8.13,8.18,8.19 look at the arrows below and draw the intermediate that you get after pushing the…

8.13,8.18,8.19
look at the arrows below and draw the intermediate that you
get after pushing the arrows.

EXERCISE 8.13 Look at the arrows below, and draw the intermediate that you et after pushing the arrows: loworld wonloonid 176 CHAPTER 8 8.4 NUCLEOPHILES AND ELECTROPHILES Whenever one compound uses its electrons to attack another compound, we call the attacker a Pucleophile, and we call the compound being attacked an electrophile. It is very simple to tell the difference between an electrophile and a nucleophile. You just look at the arrows and see which compound is attacking the other. A nucleophile will always use a region of high electron density (either a lone pair or a bond) to at tack the electrophile (which, by definition, has a region of low electron density that
8.13,8.18,8.19 look at the arrows below and draw the intermediate that you get after pushing the…
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