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you said more resonance than chlorobenzene.How come,please give a detailed explanation
You also said "chloro benene shows its resonance sructures in such a way that its chlorine atom lone pairs involvement into the planarity is not so it is aromatic".Sorry I could not understand what u r trying to say.Please give a detailed explanation.

7 years ago


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Hi Sudarshan,

I also studied up to that stage.. i don't know the detailed explanation

7 years ago

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