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Inductive effect involves (A) displacement of s electrons (B) delocalisation of p electrons (C) delocalisation of s electrons (D) displacement of p electrons

Inductive effect involves
(A) displacement of s electrons
(B) delocalisation of p electrons
(C) delocalisation of s electrons
(D) displacement of p electrons

Grade:12

1 Answers

Gaurav
askIITians Faculty 164 Points
7 years ago
Inductive effect involves displacement of s electrons .
In a covalent bond between the two dissimilar atoms, the electron pair forming the bond is never shared absolutely equally between the two atoms but is attracted a little more towards the more electronegative atom of the two, eg. The electron pair forming the C–X bond is somewhat more attracted towards the atom X with the result – it attains a partial negative charge while the carbon atoms attain a partial positive charge

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