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anonymous

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pls complete this reaction and tell me ur logic behind ur reason

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  1. anonymous
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    which one?

  2. anonymous
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    just wait

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    |dw:1327585962821:dw|

  4. anonymous
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    in presence of Fe and Br2

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    Do you just want a chemical equation or do you want a diagram too?

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    just tell me the structure of resultant

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    U need To Expand and write the IUPAC name First!!

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    Two Benzene rings is a typical one friend... Where did U get this... Name of The Book Please???

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    hey it was asked in the practice question paper for JEE preprations

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    Wow!! Wait yaar... I have to write it down... You'll have the answer in two minutes...

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    The ring on the right is de activated C=O group but the ring on the right is activated by both N and CH3 groups. Now You have it see whether Bromination occurs ortho to CH3 or para to N. Well in this case i think N would be more activating than CH3 as it +R as comapared to +H and so you would get, |dw:1327767031109:dw|

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    If you are preparing for JEE IUPAC nameing of double rings is not there in the syllabus.

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    thanx s so much mate,,,,

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    hmmm but this question was there........

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