nucleophilic aromatic photosubstitution
Photosubstitution in aromatic compounds with the participation of nucleophiles.
While electrophilic substitution is the most common reaction on aromatic compounds in the @G02704@, nucleophilic substitution is typical for the excited states of these compounds. Some electrophilic aromatic photosubstitutions (upon excitation of the aromatic substrate) have been reported.
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