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Can these groups participate in resonance? How? -COO(minus),-NH3(plus),-CH2(plus)....,

Can these groups participate in resonance? How?


-COO(minus),-NH3(plus),-CH2(plus)....,

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6 Answers

Vikas TU
14149 Points
8 years ago

only 

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COO(minus),

 

PARTICIPATES  IN  RESONANCEas it has pie bonds and a negative charge!

 

 

 

plz approve!

 

 

 

rohit yadav
34 Points
8 years ago

yes

Akash Kumar Dutta
98 Points
8 years ago

only COOminus can have...since there is double bond

FITJEE
43 Points
8 years ago

yes these groups readily participates in resonance. these has  -I character that halps in rasonance...........

BAYANA SAGAR
48 Points
8 years ago

1)COO- ion possess two pie electrons.so it can participate in resonance.e.g:CH3COO-.

2)NH3+ ion has a lone pair of electrons in nitrogen.so it exhibits isomerism.

3)CH2 is a electron donating group.so it exhibits isomerism.

Vinay Shekhar
4 Points
8 years ago

Ok.....I got it..nh3(plus) doesn''t and coo(minus) does.....what about ch2(plus) ...it has vacant orbital right?

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