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Reactions of Aromatic Compounds - Ar-SE - Basics and Theory

Exercises: Mechanism of Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution (Ar-SE)

Exercise

Electrophilic aromatic substitution is initiated by an interaction of the approaching electrophilie with ...

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... the nucleophilic, aromatic σ electron system (σ complex).

... the nucleophilic, aromatic α electron system (α complex).

... the nucleophilic, aromatic π electron system (π complex).

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... the nucleophilic, aromatic μ electron system (μ complex).

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The π complex initially formed by the aromatic π system's nucleophilic attack on the electrophile then rapidly converts into a cyclohexadienyl cation, which is called ...

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... π or Vaillant complex, respectively.

... α or Weiland complex, respectively.

... σ or Wheland complex, respectively.

... ο or Wiegand complex, respectively.

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If instead of a proton another cation is eliminated from the σ complex, the reaction is called ...

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... an ispo attack.

... an intro attack.

... an ipso attack.

... an vino attack.

... an intro attack.

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