A Comparison Of The Electrophilic And Non-electrophilic Substitution Reactions Of Acetanilide

  An electrophilic substitution reaction is an organic reaction in which the negatively charged part of an atom or molecule (a nucleophile) seeks out and then reacts with a positively charged part of another. The most common example of electrophilic substitutions in chemistry is the reaction of a water molecule with a hydroxyl group on … Read more