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Can anyone explain how THE ELECTRONIC EFFECTS such as Inductive Effect, Resonanec Effect, Mesomeric Effect, and Electromeric Effects work...???

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Inductive effect
Induction of charge due to less or more electronegative element is known as inductive effect. It occurs till four carbon atom and maximum at first carbon atom due to closeness impact.

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