Problem: This reaction that is typicaly of carboxylic acid ester, acid halides, anhydrides, and amides is called (A) nucleophilic non-acyl substitution (B) nucleophilic addition (C) nucleophilic acyl substitution (D) electrophilic substitution

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This reaction that is typicaly of carboxylic acid ester, acid halides, anhydrides, and amides is called

(A) nucleophilic non-acyl substitution
(B) nucleophilic addition
(C) nucleophilic acyl substitution
(D) electrophilic substitution

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