Having to juggle studying, hobbies and university applications can make your last years in school pretty tough. However, learning from someone who is extremely passionate about their field and has experience in tutoring will help to boost your confidence (and grades) and make the transition to more challenging work much more enjoyable.
My name's Claire and I'm a second year Chemist studying at Durham University. I am very devoted to Chemistry and hope to pursue a career in renewable energies. Having said this, I also loved studying Maths and Physics at A-level, subjects which I believe are vital to my degree.
With a wealth of experience in leading drama groups and having tutored children of many ages during my school years and at University, I feel I have the confidence to tutor in an enthusiastic and engaging manner whilst also bringing in element of fun to my teaching.
I am very adaptable, and feel strongly that each and every student should have a tutoring experience that is tailored to their wants and needs and will help them to reach their full potential.
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A nucleophile is a species which can donate a lone pair of electrons to an electron deficient species, known as an electrophile. By doing this, a chemical bond is formed.
An example of a reaction involving a nucleophile would by nucleophilic substitution. As the nucleophile attacks to form a bond, a leaving group departs, with the breaking of a bond.
Nucleophiles often have lone pairs or double bonds. Some good examples of nucleophiles are water, ammonia, the hydroxide ion and the thiocyanate ion.see more