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Common organic chemistry reactions include elimination, hydration, SN1 substitution, SN2 substitution and reduction. Elimination reactions include reactions that result in the loss of a molecule to form new substances. E... More »

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NBS, or N-bromo succinimide, is a white crystalline solid that is often used in organic chemistry reactions to add bromine atoms to a compound. It can undergo two major reactions: allylic bromination and bromohydrin form... More »

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IDA is an acronym used by chemists for iminodiacetic acid. It is made up of four carbon atoms, seven hydrogen atoms, one nitrogen and four oxygen atoms. It is used in organic chemical reactions to modulate the movement o... More »

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NBS, or N-bromo succinimide, is a white crystalline solid that is often used in organic chemistry reactions to add bromine atoms to a compound. It can undergo two major reactions: allylic bromination and bromohydrin form... More »

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An SN1 reaction is a nucleophilic substitution reaction in organic chemistry. It involves substituting one part of a compound with a nucleophile from another compound and occurs in two steps. More »

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In chemistry, the traditional definition of an organic substance is any carbon-containing molecule found in living organisms. This definition has since been modified to include hydrogen and the other fundamental elements... More »

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SN2 reactions are organic chemistry reactions in which an ion called the nucleophile attacks the center of another molecule and replaces one of the ions, called the leaving group. These types of reactions are called nucl... More »

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