what is monosubstitution in benzene?
Asked by | 23rd Dec, 2012, 10:53: PM
A molecule or functional group in which only one hydrogen has been replaced by another atom or group is known as monosubstituted. In case of benzene such compounds are monosubstituted benzenes. Examples are:
To calculate percentage yield we use same method described in quantitave analysis.
Answered by | 24th Dec, 2012, 10:40: AM
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