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Pyrolle undersoes electorphilic substitution at a slower rate than pyradine. Why?

Pyrolle undersoes electorphilic substitution at a slower rate than pyradine. Why?

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Shubham Singh
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7 years ago
in pyrrole, the lone pair of nitrogen is delocalised on the ring so it is not readily available for substitution
in pyridine, lone pair is not delocalised on the ring so it is available for substitution

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