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Friedel crafts acylation

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  1. anonymous
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    |dw:1433332526014:dw| I would just like to know if the second step of this mechanism (electrophilic substitution is correct). I haven't drawn the whole mechanism because this is the only area I find difficulty with. If the drawing is a bit hard to read let me know. Many thanks, Shizuka.

  2. anonymous
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    On the last benzene there was meant to be a positive charge near the substituted group where there isn't a double bond. I forgot to include it.

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