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WHAT IS ORTHA PARA ACTIVATING GROUPS
 
 
The substituents or groups which direct the incoming group to ortho and para positions are called ortho and para directiong groups.For ex- -CH3,-C2H5,-OH,-Br,-NH2,-OCH3 etc. For example...
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rate of dehydration of alcohols- cyclohexanol, cyclohexene
 
 
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Ramreddy yesterday
what is polar bond
 
 
A polar bond is a covalent bond between two atoms where the electrons forming the bond are unequally distributed. This causes the molecule to have a slight electrical dipole moment where one...
 
Indu 5 months ago
 
Polar bond is a type of bond between two atoms in which electrons are shared unequally .and this bond occurs between two atoms when the electro negativity difference is between 0.4 and 1.7.
 
BIRADHER SHREYA 5 months ago
 
The bond present between in which two dissimilar atoms having different electro negativities.in that type of compounds the polar bond is present
 
sivasai 5 months ago
The mass of 70% H2SO4 required for neutralization of 1 mole of NAOH is????
 
 
The 70% is weight by weight h2so4. According to the neutralisation reaction h2so4 + 2NaOH ---> Na2SO4 + 2H2O the moles of h2so4 needed are 0.5 moles Molar mass of h2so4 =98g for 0.5 moles...
 
DHRUVESH KHANDELWAL 18 days ago
 
but answer is 35 g.....
 
nakul 17 days ago
Which group of compound does not involve in π → π* transitions in UV spectroscopy? a. Alkenes b. Azo compounds c. Alcohols d. Cyanides
 
 
c. Alcohols
 
fakrunnisa 7 months ago
 
C.ALCOHOLS
 
varalakshmi 7 months ago
 
alcohols
 
Patil Harshika 2 months ago
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