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Steps in the mechanism for the following reaction
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Question:1 Show all the steps in the mechanism for the following reaction.

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Question: 2 Show all the steps in the mechanism for the following reaction. Explain why the acetyl group accelerates the reaction

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Question 3: When benzene is mixed with deuterated sulfuric acid, deuterium is slowly incorporated onto the ring. Show the mechanism for this reaction and explain how this relates the sulfonation of benzene .

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Question 4: Show the steps in the mechanism for the following reaction:

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Question 5 : Arrange the following compounds in order if increasing rate of reaction towards a nitration reaction.

 

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Question 6 : What are products of the following reactions? For any electrophilic aromatic substitution reaction, draw only the major monosubstituted product.

 

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Question 7: What are products of the following reactions? For any electrophilic aromatic substitution reaction, draw only the major monosubstituted product. 

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Question: 8 - > What are products of the following reactions? 

 

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