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O 67%l AT&T8:37 AMbartleby.com= bartlebyQ&AScience / Chemistry / Q&A Lib...Starting with benzene as the only aromati...Starting material is benzene:End product is m-Ethylnitrobenzene.NO2NO2CHCHAICI/FeCl3H,SO,HNΟ,CH2CH3m-EthylnitrobenzeneBenzeneNitrobenzeneBenzenem-EthylnitrobenzeneNitrobenzeneLIWas this solution helpful?

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Starting with benzene as the only aromati...
Starting material is benzene:
End product is m-Ethylnitrobenzene.
NO2
NO2
CHCHAICI/FeCl3
H,SO,HNΟ,
CH2CH3
m-Ethylnitrobenzene
Benzene
Nitrobenzene
Benzene
m-Ethylnitrobenzene
Nitrobenzene
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O 67% l AT&T 8:37 AM bartleby.com = bartleby Q&A Science / Chemistry / Q&A Lib... Starting with benzene as the only aromati... Starting material is benzene: End product is m-Ethylnitrobenzene. NO2 NO2 CHCHAICI/FeCl3 H,SO,HNΟ, CH2CH3 m-Ethylnitrobenzene Benzene Nitrobenzene Benzene m-Ethylnitrobenzene Nitrobenzene LI Was this solution helpful?

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The reaction is:

NO2
NO2
CH2CH2/AICIFeCI
H2SO4/HNO
CH2CH3
m-Ethylnitrobenzene
Benzene
Nitrobenzene
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NO2 NO2 CH2CH2/AICIFeCI H2SO4/HNO CH2CH3 m-Ethylnitrobenzene Benzene Nitrobenzene

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The above reaction is basically a general reaction.

H2SO4/HNO3 is known as nitrating mixture.  So it will release NO2+ and this will attack on any position of benzene. Then the product now is nitrobenzene.

Nitrobenzene is a meta di...

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