Talk:Nucleophilic substitution

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OK, how much does this need to not be a stub, I was doing some studying for an organic chem class and this told me exactly what I wanted. It is short and to the point, but it is basicly complete. Somebody agree that we can remove the stub classification?

image nucleophilic substitution in fact a nucleophilic addition[edit]

Hi Minestrone Soup, the image for nucleophilic substitution is in fact a nucleophilic addition. we need to solve this. V8rik 17:03, 6 June 2007 (UTC)

I removed it, I didn't want people to get confused by this. The idea is fine, but we need a substitution, not an addition. Walkerma 18:37, 6 June 2007 (UTC)

primary, secondary, ... alkyl[edit]

It is not really useful, to link the three different alkyls all to alkan. Because there are not three different articles it would be more usefull to link just the first alkyl and the rest not! --Minihaa (talk) 21:40, 28 July 2012 (UTC)

Carey and Sundberg[edit]

I highly recommend editors to consider consulting the two books produced by Francis A. Carey and Richard J. Sundberg about Advanced Organic Chemsitry. The two books are split into two parts "Part A: Structure and Mechanisms" and "Part B: Reactions and Synthesis". Zyvov 02:09, 28 October 2016 (UTC)