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sumit kumar Grade: 12
        

why r carbocations generally formed in acid catalysed reactions?

8 years ago

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piyush garg
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in acid catalysed reactions,there is attack of H+ Which cause adeficiency of electrons  hence generally carbocation having deficiency of electrons get formed

8 years ago
piyush garg
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in acid catalysed reaction, there should be attack of H+. as attack of H+ causes deficiency of electrons


so generally carbocation having defiency of electrons which get formed

8 years ago
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