Chemistry

posted by .

The substitution of a monosubstituted benzene is regioselective. If it
had been completely random, what would you expect the ortho:meta:para product
ratio be? And why?

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. organic chemistry

    I have tried these questions on my own but am wondering if someone wouldn't mind trying these retrosyntheses and list their steps to see if they get the same as me: 1) start with m-cresol which is toluene with an OH in the meta position. …
  2. chemistry

    Would you expect ortho-dimethoxybenzene or para-dimethoxybenzene to be nitrated more readily?
  3. chemistry

    Would you expect ortho-dimethoxybenzene or para-dimethoxybenzene to be nitrated more readily?
  4. Chemistry

    Benzene reacts with hot concentrated nitric acid dissolved in sulfuric acid to give chiefly nitrobenzene, C6H5NO2. A by-product is often obtained, which consists of 42.86% C, 2.40% H, and 16.67% N (by mass). The boiling point of a …
  5. Chemistry

    Benzene reacts with hot concentrated nitric acid dissolved in sulfuric acid to give chiefly nitrobenzene, C6H5NO2. A by-product is often obtained, which consists of 42.86% C, 2.40% H, and 16.67% N (by mass). The boiling point of a …
  6. Organic chemistry

    Help with prediction products of a reaction! 4-phenylbutanoyl chloride + AlCl3 --> ?
  7. chemistry

    Is bp of para and meta and ortho isomer are same
  8. Science

    Meta and para isomers are more soluble in water than ortho isomer?
  9. chemistry

    1-What are the characteristics of the benzene molecule and those of the obtained product(1,2,3,4,5,6-hexachlorocyclo hexane). 2-The volume of used chlorine Cl when added to benzene is 240cm^3. What minimal volume of benzene is needed …
  10. chemistry

    Which of the following is an ortho directing group?

More Similar Questions