The reactive species in the nitration of benzene is

The Reactive Species In The Nitration Of Benzene Is Chemistry Question

The reactive species in the nitration of benzene is


(a) NO₃
(b) NHO₃
(c) NO₂⁺
(d) NO₂⁻

Correct Answer:



Nitronium ion (NO₂⁺) is an electrophile that actually attacks on the benzene ring.

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Topics: Hydrocarbons (84)
Subject: Chemistry (2512)

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