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Draw a resonance structure, complete with all formal charges and lone (unshared) electron pairs, that shows the resonance interaction of the acetoxy with the para position in phenyl acetate.

Draw a resonance structure, complete with all formal charges and lone (unshared) electron pairs, that shows the resonance interaction of the acetoxy with the para
position in phenyl acetate
CH
phenyl acetate
You do not have to consider stereochemistry.
Include all valence lone pairs in your answer.
.In cases where there is more than one answer, just draw one

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Draw a resonance structure, complete with all formal charges and lone (unshared) electron pairs, that shows the resonance interaction of the acetoxy with the para position in phenyl acetate CH phenyl acetate You do not have to consider stereochemistry. Include all valence lone pairs in your answer. .In cases where there is more than one answer, just draw one

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