Problem: What is the nucleophile in the following reaction?2 H2O +  H3C-X                         H3C-OH  +  H3O+  +  X-H2OH3CX-H3C-OHH3O+CH3-X

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What is the nucleophile in the following reaction?

2 H2O +  H3C-X                         H3C-OH  +  H3O+  +  X-

  1. H2O
  2. H3C
  3. X-
  4. H3C-OH
  5. H3O+
  6. CH3-X

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