Why Aldehydes are more reactive than Ketone towards the Nucleophilic Addition reaction

Why Aldehydes are more reactive than Ketone towards the Nucleophilic Addition reaction

There are two reasons due to which Aldehydes are more reactive than Ketone towards the Nucleophilic Addition reaction.

1. Steric Hindrance2.Electronic effect                               

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