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Lesson Flashcards: Reactions of Benzene Chemistry

Hydrogen addition reaction

A type of addition reaction where a molecule combines with one or more molecules of hydrogen to form a large molecule, without any byproducts forming

Addition reaction

A type of reaction that happens when two or more reactant molecules combine together to make a single product

Bromination

A type of reaction involving the reaction of a molecule with diatomic bromine

Alkyl substitution reaction

A type of reaction where parts of a molecule are removed and replaced with alkyl groups

Chlorination

A type of reaction involving the reaction of a molecule with diatomic chlorine

Halogen addition reaction

A type of addition reaction where a molecule combines with one or more halogen molecules to form a larger molecule, without any byproducts forming

Functional group

A part of a molecule made of particular atoms or ions in a particular bonding arrangement

Halogen substitution reaction

A type of reaction where parts of a molecule are removed and replaced with halogen atoms

Substitution reaction

A type of reaction where a part of the molecule is removed and replaced with something else

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