Reactions - basics, charge, electrophiles, nucleophiles explained simply - organic chemistry

Reactions - basics, charge, electrophiles, nucleophiles explained simply - organic chemistry. In reactions, you consider which molecules are to react with each other. If there is a positively charged atom or a positive charge, there is an electron deficiency. The deficiency can be balanced by an electron pair. The pair is either a free electron pair or a pair from a multiple bond. A positive charge created by this step must also be balanced again. A maximum of two oxygen atoms are bonded to a carbon atom. Electrophiles are particles that are electron deficient. Nucleophiles are particles that have an excess of electrons. Watch the video on skeletal structures: Check out the organic chemistry playlist: --------------------------------------------- ➡ SUBSCRIBE FOR FREE: ➡ ALL CHANNELS: - Tutoring & Knowledge: - Business & Law: - Spanish: - Computer Science: - Quizzes & Puzzles: - Community channel: ➡ YOU CAN ALSO FIND US HERE! - Instagram: - Facebook: - Twitter: ➡ WHAT IS MERKHILFE? We believe that education should be available to everyone for free! That's why our YouTube channels feature modern tutoring and general knowledge videos on many subjects: biology, German, English, math, geography, history, Spanish, economics, philosophy, physics, chemistry, religion, computer science, politics, society, law, and psychology. ➡ PRODUCTION OF THIS VIDEO: Script: Sandra Visual conception: Henri Sound & editing: Oliver, Henri ➡ ➡ COOL BOOK TIPS FOR THE CHEMISTRY PLAYLIST: * Organic Chemistry for Dummies: * Inorganic Chemistry for Dummies: * Chemistry A-level material compact: * Duden A-level reference book: All lines marked with * contain so-called affiliate links. If you buy something, we get a small commission from Amazon. There are no additional costs for you!

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