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In chemistry, a reactive center is a particular location, usually an atom, within a chemical compound that is the likely center of a reaction in which the chemical is involved. In chain-growth polymer chemistry this is also the point of propagation for a growing chain. The reactive is commonly radical, anionic, or cationic in nature, but can also take other forms.
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