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    What is Strong Nucleophile?

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    Strong Nucleophiles –
    · Usually anions with a full negative charge (easily recognizable by the presence of sodium, lithium or
    potassium counterions)
    · Participate in SN2-type substitutions
    Examples:
    NaOCH3
    (any NaOR), LiCH3 (any RLi), NaOH or KOH, NaCN or KCN, NaCCR (acetylide anion),
    NaNH2, NaNHR, NaNR2, NaI, LiBr, KI, NaN3


    Read more here.


    http://pages.towson.edu/jdiscord/WWW/331_problem_sets/Chapter10_11/nucleophiles_overview.pdf



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