Does basic character decreases due to resonance?, Chemistry

Yes, the basic character decreases due to resonace. This is because resonance is strongly linked to conjugation and hyperconjugation. Due to the pi-lp conjugation, the electon density on the N-atom of amine gp is reduced and it becomes difficult for nitrogen atom to accept an H+ or release e-

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