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Grade: 12
        Option A is the correct answer I can`t understand how dipole moment of chlorobenzene and chlorohexaneAnd also for nitrobenzene
2 years ago

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krishna chaitanya
17 Points
							In A, in chlorobenzene cl is attached to a sp2 hybridization so here c-cl bond has less dipole movement when compared to chlorocyclohexane.
						
2 years ago
Shubham Kumar Gupta Ggps
42 Points
							I agree with you but how you will explain this See if it is so for chlorobenzene then why not valid for nitrobenzene
						
2 years ago
krishna chaitanya
17 Points
							To decide the dipole moment, we have three factors.... Induced effect is one of them. When we see the order NO2>CN>COOH>F>CL.....so in nitro benzene, NO2 Is such a strong electron withdrawer that benzene acts as a n electron donater....where as in clbenzene... Cl is not that much powerful absorber so benzene partially absorbs electrons.....
						
2 years ago
praveen kumar
144 Points
							
option C is the correct option because nitro group in the strongest electron withdrawing group but in the benzene due resonance benzene pulls electrons back where as there is no problem with nitro cyclohexane it with draws electrons more easily hence dipole movement is more.
OPTION  C IS CORRECT
2 years ago
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