|Interactions, reactions or processes classified as:|
Substitution: Nucleophilic First Order
First order nucleophilic substitution occurs when a nucleofugal Lewis base leaving group spontaneously leaves a carbon centre (often with solvent assistance) to form a planar carbenium ion which subsequently attacked and complexed by a nucleophilic Lewis base. For more information look in the Chemogenesis
webbook sections on substitution
reactions and substitution,
transfer, abstraction, displacement (STAD).