Electrophilic aromatic substitution named reactions (SEAr)

Within the named organic reactions, we can group those that take place by means of an electrophilic aromatic substitution reaction (SEAr). The following is a list of the best known ones:

Bechamp reaction

Bechamp reaction

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Bishler-Napieralski reaction

Bishler-Napieralski reaction

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Blanc reaction (chloromethylation)

Blanc reaction (chloromethylation)

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Boyland-Sims oxidation

Boyland-Sims oxidation

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Bradsher cyclization

Bradsher cyclization

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Bradsher cycloaddition

Bradsher cycloaddition

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Craig reaction

Craig reaction

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Duff reaction

Duff reaction

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Emmert reaction

Emmert reaction

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Gattermann-Koch reaction

Gattermann-Koch reaction

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Haworth phenanthrene synthesis

Haworth phenanthrene synthesis

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Henkel reaction (Raecke process)

Henkel reaction (Raecke process)

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Hofmann-Martius rearrangement

Hofmann-Martius rearrangement

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Houben-Hoesch reaction

Houben-Hoesch reaction

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Jacobsen rearrangement

Jacobsen rearrangement

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Quelet reaction

Quelet reaction

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Reilly-Hickinbottom rearrangement

Reilly-Hickinbottom rearrangement

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Reimer-Tiemann reaction

Reimer-Tiemann reaction

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Reverdin reaction

Reverdin reaction

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Rosenmund reaction (arsenic acids)

Rosenmund reaction (arsenic acids)

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Sandmeyer reaction

Sandmeyer reaction

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Scholl reaction

Scholl reaction

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Sugasawa reaction

Sugasawa reaction

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Tyrer sulfonation

Tyrer sulfonation

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Wolffenstein-Boters reaction

Wolffenstein-Boters reaction

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Zincke nitration

Zincke nitration

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