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Using resonance structures of the intermediates, explain why bromination of biphenyl occurs at ortho and para positions rather then meta.

Using resonance structures of the intermediates, explain why bromination of biphenyl occurs at ortho and para positions rather then meta.


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The stabilities of the carbocation intermediates generated following para and ortho substitutions... View the full answer

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