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Organic chemistry

G. Richard Stephenson, University of East Anglia, Norwich, 18/04/2017

Polarity analysis in the process of planning organic synthesis is possibly one of it’s simplest tools to master. It relies on identifying centres with nucleophilic (negative) and electrophilc (positive) reactivity, relative to a functional group of interest.

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