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Which of the following halides will not function as an electrophile in a Friedel-Crafts alkylation reaction?CICICICI

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Which of the following Halides will not function as an electrophile in a friends-craft reaction?

Which of the following halides will not function as an electrophile in a Friedel-Crafts alkylation reaction?
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Which of the following halides will not function as an electrophile in a Friedel-Crafts alkylation reaction? CI CI CI CI

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In Friedal-crafts alkylation reaction, an incoming electrophile attacks an aromatic system and the aromic compound undergoes electrophilic aromatic substituion reaction. 

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The given alkyl chlorides lose a chloride ion to form a carbocation which acts as the incoming electrophile in Friedal-crafts reaction.

Alkyl halide (I) forms phenyl carbocation on losing a choride ion. Phen...

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