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20.2.1 Explain why the hydroxide ion is a better nucleophile than water IB Chemistry HL

A nucleophile is attracted to a positive region and since the hydroxide ion is negative it will be more attracted than the neutral water molecule. Water does have a dipole but this charge separation does not produce a more negative charge than that on the hydroxide ion. www.scilproj.org
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