Explain, with the help of electronic effects, 'generally haloalkenes undergo nucleophilic substitution reactions whereas haloarenes undergo electrophilic substitution reactions'.
Aromatic and aliphatic compounds undergo substitution reactions differently. Depending on the reagents used, the mechanism for substitution differs. Substitution can occur with one step or in multiple steps.
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Haloalkanes are molecules with a halogen attached to an alkane chain. In these molecules, the halogen will have a partial negative charge while the...
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Learn about substitution reactions in organic chemistry. Understand what a substitution reaction is, explore its two types, and see an example of both types.