2. Dissolving metal reduction of aromatic nitro compounds is one the most important and widelyused route to from aromatic amines, which are themselves useful intermediates formedicinally useful compounds. Provide the mechanism of reduction of nitrobenzene to anilineusing tin metal and hydrochloric acid.ZONZHN°Sn/HCI

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2. Dissolving metal reduction of aromatic nitro compounds is one the most important and widely
used route to from aromatic amines, which are themselves useful intermediates for
medicinally useful compounds. Provide the mechanism of reduction of nitrobenzene to aniline
using tin metal and hydrochloric acid.
ZON
ZHN°
Sn/HCI
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2. Dissolving metal reduction of aromatic nitro compounds is one the most important and widely used route to from aromatic amines, which are themselves useful intermediates for medicinally useful compounds. Provide the mechanism of reduction of nitrobenzene to aniline using tin metal and hydrochloric acid. ZON ZHN° Sn/HCI

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