Reactions of Alkenes


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Reactions of Alkenes
1011303Reactions of AlkenesAlkenes readily share their π electrons with electron-deficient (electrophilic) reagents. Thus alkenes act as Lewis bases. They are also called nucleophiles because they are nucleus-loving or -seeking reagents. Alkenes do not react with the nucleus of an atom (which is positively charged), but share their electrons with electron-deficient species. It will help to look at the structures in the various figures as you read this chapter for a better understanding of the reactions and reaction mechanisms.
CHAPTER OBJECTIVES In this chapter, you will
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Daniel R. Bloch: Organic Chemistry, Second edition. Reactions of Alkenes, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2012), AccessEngineering Export