Some Basic Principles Of Organic Chemistry


 

Some Basic Principles Of Organic Chemistry logoSubject: Chemistry    Exam: JEE Main

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Important Points

Chiral carbon is that carbon whose all the four valencies are satisfied by four different groups.
An electrophile is defined as electron deficient species which attacks on electron rich areas.
Pi bonds are formed only by unhybridised orbitals. Hybrid orbitals form sigma bond.
A nucleophile is defined as an electron rich species that attacks on electron deficient areas.
Inductive effect is defiend as polarity produced in a molecule due to the presence of a polar bond.


 
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