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				   resonance structure of benzene ring  in which OH  group is attached to carbon at meta position and on another meta position a carbon is attached which carries a positive charge along which another carbon is attached on which methyl group is attached

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resonance structure of phenoxide Phenoxide is more stabilised by resonance than phenol. In phenol, three contributing structures involve charge separation whereas in case of phenoxide ion there is no charge separation. Phenoxide is more stabilised by resonance than phenol. In phenol, three contributing structures ..

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