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Grade: 11
        
When Br2 reacts with ethene in presence of aqueous Nacl why doesn't Na+ act as a electrophile?
3 months ago

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Mahima Kanawat
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Dear student 
In this case there are two options for electrophile
Brand Na+ . 
Na+ would be electrophile because it is metal and it has strong tendency to lose electron and become a cation. 
WITH REGARDS 
MAHIMA 
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