Vollhardt,Chapter16

Vollhardt,Chapter16 - Chapter 16: 1. What is the induction...

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Chapter 16: 1. What is the induction effect on a benzene ring? a. The ability of a benzene ring to delocalize pi electrons around a substituent on that ring. b. The ability of a benzene ring to localize pi electrons around a substituent on that ring. c. The ability of a substituent to donate or withdraw electron density from the ring when in a magnetic field. d. The ability of a substituent to donate or withdraw electron density from the ring. Answer: D 2. What do all resonance donors to a benzene ring have in common? a. At least one electron capable of delocalization into the benzene ring. b. At least one electron pair capable of delocalization into the benzene ring. c. At least one electron capable of localization at the edge of the benzene ring. d. At least one electron pair capable of localization at the edge of the benzene ring. Answer: B 3. How do electron withdrawing groups direct substituents on the benzene ring? a.
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