Nucleophilic substitution by
Alkyl halides react with alcoholic
The carbon atom is the nucleophile and the reaction is
Alkyl halides react with alcoholic silver cyanide to form alkyl isocyanides.
The electronegativity difference between
The nucleophile is
The carbon atom is no longer available to act as a nucleophile, but the N atom can still attack the alkyl halide.
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