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Draw the most stable resonance form for the intermediate in the following electrophilic substitution reaction.

Draw the most stable resonance form for the intermediate in the following electrophilic substitution reaction.
CI
CI
CH3CI/ AlCl
H3C
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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Transcribed Image Text:Draw the most stable resonance form for the intermediate in the following electrophilic substitution reaction. CI CI CH3CI/ AlCl H3C 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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