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Out of inductive effect and hyperconjugation which effect dominates in explaining the relative stability of carbocations?

Out of inductive effect and hyperconjugation which effect  dominates in explaining the relative stability of carbocations?

Grade:12

1 Answers

ashish kumar
17 Points
12 years ago

 

Dear Mohini,

Inductive effect is always last to be considered for stability unless the inductive effect is by some major groups causing a lot of effect.

Generally, hyperconjugation is prefered for stability of carbocations.

Thank you.

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