Structure-Reactivity relationship of olefins as Electrophiles and Nucleophiles: Factors Influencing

12 February 2024, Version 1
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This article depicts the reactivity study of olefins towards nucleophilic and electrophilic reactions. The real-time NMR kinetic experiments showcased how the reactivity of the olefins varies with varying electron density over the olefinic bond. Additionally, the SC-XRD study reveals not only the electron density over olefin makes the difference in reactivity but the planar arrangement also has an impact and could nullify these substitution effects.




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