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Q . ARRANGE THE FOLLOWING CARBANION IN CORRECT ORDER OF STABILTY-

Q . ARRANGE THE FOLLOWING CARBANION IN CORRECT ORDER OF STABILTY-    

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Naveen Kumar
askIITians Faculty 60 Points
6 years ago
The order is:
iii>ii>i>iV
The 3rdis stabilised by resonance.
In general allylic or benzylic cation/anions are stabilized by resonance and are more stable.
ii is also stabilized by -I effect of Br group.For comparing i and IV, we know that CH3 group is electron donor and hence de-stabilize the negative charge more.

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