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why does the dimethylaniline couple with the diazonium salt at the para position of the ring?

why does the dimethylaniline couple with the diazonium salt at the para position of the ring?
 

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raj
16 Points
6 years ago
Dimethyl aniline is an activated ring.
In activated rings, the attacking electrophile always attacks at para or ortho.
In this case it attacks at para as if it attacks at ortho there will be repulsion between the large functional groups(steric effect).
 

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