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There are two main types of polar addition reactions:
Other non-polar addition reactions exists as well:
Addition reactions are limited to chemical compounds that have multiply-bonded atoms:
In the related Addition-elimination reaction an addition reaction is followed by an elimination reaction. In the majority of reactions it involves addition of nucleophiles to carbonyl compounds in what is called nucleophilic acyl substitution .
Other addition-elimination reactions are:
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