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    Aromatic compounds - Chlorination of Nitrobenzene

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    Does Chlorination of nitrobenzene (C6H5NO2) under conditions of electrophillic aromatic substitution produce faster or slower than chlorination of benzene and gives a mixture containing mostly o-and p-chloronitrobenzene; or does it occur faster or slower than chlorination of benzene and gives mostly m-chloronitrobenzene?

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    Chlorination is an electrophilic substitution reaction, the rate of which increases when the benzene ring is ...

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    Chlorination of nitrobenzene under conditions of electrophillic aromatic substitution is explained. The rate of the reaction speed is determined.

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