answersLogoWhite

0

Why h30 plus is an electrophile?

Updated: 9/20/2023
User Avatar

Wiki User

13y ago

Want this question answered?

Be notified when an answer is posted

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: Why h30 plus is an electrophile?
Write your answer...
Submit
Still have questions?
magnify glass
imp
Related questions

What are Electrophiles. I Know They Are Generally Positive Such As H Plus. Would Cl2 slash FeCl3 Be An Electrophile?

The positive species which may attack on carbon or a pi bonds are electrophile as Cl+, NO2+ etc. but H+ and Positive metallic ions are not electrophile .


What is the molar concentration of H30 plus in cola that has a Ph of 3.120?

7.59*10-14m


What is the product of H3O plus ion and OH ion concentration in water?

What I can tell you is that H30 is formed when an acid comes into contact with water and all acids have a hydrogen proton ion so when it combines h20 becomes h30 so H30 and OH would be H302 well that's all hoped i helped.


What is the product of H3O plus ion and OH- ion concentrations in water?

What I can tell you is that H30 is formed when an acid comes into contact with water and all acids have a hydrogen proton ion so when it combines h20 becomes h30 so H30 and OH would be H302 well that's all hoped i helped.


How are H3O plus and OH- related?

By equilibrium only in water:Ionconcentration product = KW ,meaning:[H30+] * [OH-] = 1.0*10-14 (at 25oC)H30+(aq) + OH-(aq) > H2O(l)


Why hydrogen bromide is electrophile?

hydrogen bromide is not the electrophile its bromide ion may act as the nucleophile, in alkyl halide the alkyl group may act as an electrophile.


Is NO2 a electrophile?

NO2+ is.


What's the difference in indicator and reagent?

Indicator will changes the colour according to H+ ion present in a solution. Reagent : consist of electrophile and nucleophile. It help in the attachment of nucleophile to the electrophile and electrophile to the nucleophile. Mirza


Is h30 harmful to your health?

No, it is not.


What does H3O plus stand for?

H30+ is a "hydronium" or "oxonium" ion, commonly found in water, alongside the normal hydrogen/oxygen compound, H2O.


In Reimer Tiemann reaction of phenol with CCl4 to from the trichloromethane derivative what is the electrophile or the mechanism?

In Reimer- Tieman reaction the electrophile is dichlorocarbene


Is chlorine an electrophile?

Yes, one of the strongest.