Show example of involving charge-transfer complexes in SN2 substitution.
Maybe I mix something together. But I remember SN
Ar is something like a charge-transfer complex. The bondbreaking of the leaving group is very late in som cases.
though from topological point of view the number of unique mechanisms in organic chemistry is a bit above 40.
Is there any places on the www where I can read a bit more about the general reactions, seen as a whole? What is your source?
The reason why I want to have a discussion around the paradigms and "rules" of chemistry, is maybe a way for me to dare to walk outside the bubble and to think by myself. In the groundcourses in chemistry there was a wrong way of seeing things, and a right one. Today, I am learning there is many thousands of different ways of seeing a reaction. And whitch way is right, and which is wrong - is up to you to decide by looking at the system and the conditions.
Its quite fascinating. But you are on your own in this system, because there is so few systems that is investigated into details. And that is a bit scary.