Six EAS Reactions You Should Know for the DAT
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    Key Takeaway

    In an Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution (EAS) reaction, the benzene ring acts as a nucleophile that attacks an electrophile. The reaction mechanism below outlines the flow of electrons that occurs during all EAS reactions.

    Here are the six EAS line reactions you should know for the DAT:

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