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Nucleophilic reaction is a type of organic reaction. Nucleophilic groups with high electronegativity or high electron cloud density attack the positively charged or low electron cloud density parts of the reaction substrate to cause the reaction to occur.

The opposite is electrophilic reaction. That is, between the two interacting systems, the chemical reaction caused by the attraction of one system to the nucleus of the other system. These reactions are ionic reactions. In the reaction process, the reagent that gives or shares its electron pair to the atom or system that interacts with it is called a nucleophile (abbreviated as Nu).

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