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Answer / mouthik
Nucleophilic attack is the attack of an electron rich
centre upon an electron deficient centre.
a most common example is the nucleophilic attack of the 6-
oh of glucose on the terminal p-o-p bond of atp,forming adp
plus glucose 6 phosphate.
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Answer / rajendra mahor
we know that nuclephile attack a molecule at a point of low
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