- Electron acceptors
- Electrophilic reagents
- found: Work cat.: 2007019597: Olah, G.A. Superelectrophiles and their chemistry, 2007: galley (electrophiles, i.e. electron deficient species; electron acceptors)
- found: Britannica online, May 10, 2007 (electrophile; in chemistry, an atom or a molecule that in chemical reaction seeks an atom or molecule containing an electron pair available for bonding)
- found: Facts on File dict. org. chem. (electrophile; an electron-deficient ion or molecule that takes part in an organic reaction)
- found: Wikipedia, May 10, 2007 (electrophile; in chemistry, an electrophile (literally electron-lover) is a reagent attracted to electrons that participates in a chemical reaction by accepting an electron pair in order to bond to a nucleophile; because electrophiles accept electrons, they are Lewis acids)
- found: Rittner, Don. Encyclopedia of chemistry, c2005 (electrophile (electrophilic reagent) is a reagent that forms a bond to its reaction partner by accepting both bonding electrons from that reaction partner. Electrophilic reagents are Lewis acids)
- 2007-05-30: new
- 2007-05-31: revised
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