Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 471

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19-61 Not only is subStitution aT C-2 and C± the major products, but substiTu²ion occurs under surprIs³ngly m³ld condiT³ons. BeG´n µY DRAw¶nG tHe Resonance fo·ms of py·¶dine N-oxide: .. ¸ :0: 1+ 0 . ± :0: 11± N ¸ OR ² . :0: ²1+ ( ) ³ C ¹ º ´ µ :0: ²²± ¸ N R o »esonAn¼e Forms sHow tHat tHe electron dens³Ty ½rom t¾e oxyGen is dist¿buted at CÀ2 And ÁÂ4; tHese pos³t³ons woulD µe ÃHe l³kelY plAces ÄoÅ An electropH³le to atTAck. »esonan¼e ½o·ms ½rom electroPh³lic atta¼k at C-2 - :0± :0± · · 0 · · - . . · ²0 · ³´ . ² ³ ++ E Ii + E ²± E ²+ E a N H" _ A N º " ± ( : N Æ Ç È c N É . 0 HC 0 ´ + + N Does not Have An octetÊ not a siGnif³cant
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