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hyperconjugation occurs in: please expain the answer

hyperconjugation occurs in:
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Indranil Roy
33 Points
7 years ago
Hyperconjugation makes the carbocations more stabilized than when hyperconjugation occurs with radicals (not so stable). This is explained due to the fact that in carbocations, both electrons sit in the same binding orbital, with radicals however, one of the electrons is sited in the anti-binding orbital. 
 
HARSHIT SHARMA
22 Points
7 years ago
thanks for the reply,but the answer is C.
HARSHIT SHARMA
22 Points
7 years ago
arey koi reply kar do 
 
daksh
13 Points
7 years ago
in c option you can draw its resonating structure and then hyperconjugation is possible wheras in other cases aromaticity will be disturbed.
Bharat Makkar
34 Points
7 years ago
THE NECCESARY CONDITION FOR HYPERCONJUGATION TO OCCUR IS PRESENCE OF (ALPHA) – HYDROGEN WHICH ARE ONLY PRESENT IN OPTION (C). ALPHA HYDROGENS ARE THOSE WHICH ARE ATTACHED TO THE CARBON ATOM NEXT TO ANY FREE RADICAL/CARBOCATION/ETC.
daksh
13 Points
7 years ago
how are alpha hydrogens placed in c????
 

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