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A tertiary carbocation (carbonium ion) is more stable than either a secondary or primary carbocation because ... A) it carries three positive charges B) it has a pyramidal configuration C) it has a trigonal planar configuration D) it possesses three electron-donating substituent groups

A tertiary carbocation (carbonium ion) is more stable than either a secondary or primary carbocation because ... 
 A) it carries three positive charges
 B) it has a pyramidal configuration 
 C) it has a trigonal planar configuration
 D) it possesses three electron-donating substituent groups

Grade:11

1 Answers

Varun Acharya
39 Points
7 years ago
D) the three donating groups stabilize the positive charge.... making it more stable by inductive and hyperconjugative effects...

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