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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of nucleophile

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of nucleophile:
/nukləpajl/

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  1. an SN2 attack with a cyanide ion which is a good nucleophile because of that
  2. pair so it's a good nucleophile and a weak base good for an SN2 reaction which
  3. good nucleophile weak base prefer a substitution over elimination and we get
  4. nucleophile remember its nucleophile strength is enhanced by a protic solvent
  5. this carbon is not being attacked by a nucleophile now in step two we do attack
  6. for substitution to occur the incoming nucleophile is going to have to access
  7. leaving group leaving group bond so the nucleophile can only approach in one
  8. a very good nucleophile and a good...
  9. is the electron donor and is either a nucleophile or base.
  10. shown as the G nucleoside version, but amine nucleophile.
  11. Phosphorimidazolide, so good leaving group, good nucleophile...
  12. Electrophile has a counterpart called a nucleophile.
  13. electrophile-nucleophile, and acceptor and donor.
  14. And you have a good nucleophile in the ethylamine.
  15. But instead of our nucleophile or our base being methoxide,
  16. methoxide ion was acting as a strong nucleophile.
  17. the ideas of nucleophilicity or how strong of a nucleophile
  18. nucleophile, you should just remember: nucleophilicity is
  19. Kevin Ahern: The nucleophile is called the alkoxide ion.
  20. But there's the alkoxide ion, I told you, is a nucleophile.