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Q . WHICH IS THE DECREASING ORDER OF STABILITY OF THE IONS? (2)>(3)>(1) (1)>(2)>(3) (1)>(3)>(2) (3)>(1)>(2)

Q . WHICH IS THE DECREASING ORDER OF STABILITY OF THE IONS?
  1. (2)>(3)>(1)
  2. (1)>(2)>(3)
  3. (1)>(3)>(2)
  4. (3)>(1)>(2)

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4 Answers

Rakesh
20 Points
6 years ago
order of stability of carbocations 
 Allylic > Benzylic > tertiary > secondary > primary > methyl
Bharat Makkar
34 Points
6 years ago
i am also getting the answer as  (A) but the correct option is (C) in this case
Rakesh
20 Points
6 years ago
oops sorry! dint see ur attachment...............ya even i think the answer is (a) in second one there is a chance of tautomerism and the third one is stabilized by the +Ieffect of alkyl group 
daksh
13 Points
6 years ago
i think answer is c only because the carbocation there is stabilised by the lone pair of oxygen by backbonding and in second case there is deactivation by oxygen resulting highly unstablised carbocation

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