Electrophilic substitution answers

IB Chemistry: Electrophilic substitution answers

Answers to Electrophilic substitution questionsThe six remaining outer electrons (one on each carbon atom occupying a p orbital) form a delocalized pi bond spread equally above and below the plane of all six carbon atoms.2. (a) (b) It is a catalyst. It functions as an acid, protonating the nitric acid to form H2NO3+ which then breaks down to form water and the nitronium ion.H2SO4 + HNO3 → H2NO3+ + HSO4−then H2NO3+...

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