Toluen gives nitration reaction more easily than chlorobenzene
Asked by basukhushabu0000 | 2nd Mar, 2020, 01:36: AM
Toluene reacts as a normal aromatic hydrocarbon towards electrophilic aromatic substitution. The methyl group makes it around 25 times more reactive than chlorobenzene in such reactions because of its +I effect.
Answered by Ramandeep | 2nd Mar, 2020, 01:01: PM
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