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predict the bromination rates of the following aromatic compounds: Chlorobenzene, methoxybenzene, Nitrobenzene, Benzene and Toluene

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    What is the intermediate in the bromination (an electrophylic substitution reactions)?
    What functional groups will stabilise the intermediate? You have two effects, inductive effects and conjugation, to consider.

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