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Recent developments in experimental and computational chemistry have identified a rapidly growing class of nucleophilic aromatic substitutions that proceed by concerted (cS NAr) rather than classical, two-step, S NAr mechanisms. Whereas traditional S NAr reactions require substantial activation of the aromatic ring by electron-withdrawing substituents, such activating groups are not mandatory in the concerted pathways.
- nucleophilic aromatic substitutions
- substitution reactions
- electron transfer
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- 1 Finished
1/10/15 → 5/03/20
Project: Research Studentship - Internally Allocated
Data for: "Computational Study on the Boundary Between the Concerted and Stepwise Mechanism of Bimolecular SNAr Reactions" (2nd Revision)