if the carbon bonded to halogen is hybridised ,how will it be classified?
Asked by ABHILASHA | 22nd Aug, 2020, 05:09: AM
if the carbon bonded to halogen is sp2 hybridised carbon of alkene then it will be known as allylic halide.
If the carbon bonded to halogen is sp2 hybridised carbon of benzene then it will be known as aryl halide.
Answered by Ravi | 22nd Aug, 2020, 05:55: PM
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