Carbocations in benzene ring, Chemistry

How to find stability of carbocations in benzene ring..???

How to find optically inactive isomers  ??? (say of--C2H5Cl)

How to find the weakest C-X (carbon-halogen bond in a benzene ring????

 Solution) basically 3 degree carbocations are more stable as compared to 2 degree and one degree. for optically inactive isomer look for terms like racemic mixture and diastomers and the weakest halgon bond depends on leaving group halogen better leaving group weaker the bond

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