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August 20, 2020 7:27 pmpts 30 pts
The acid strength of substituted carboxylic acids is known to be dependent on the nature and position ofthe substituent. In the following examples, an attempt has been made to arrange the acids in order of acid strength, the strongest first. One of the series is incorrect-which one? (a) CH,.CH,CH(CI).COOH> CH,CH(C).CH,COOH> CHCH,.CH,.COOH (b) NO,.CH,.COOH > HOCH,.COOH> CH,.COOH (c) CI,C.COOH> BrCH,.COOH> FCH,.COOH (d) CH,.COOH> CH,.CH,.COOH> (CH),C.COOH Arranae 1he oiven carbon acids in the increasing order of acidic strength
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  • Priyanshu kumar thankyou
    check it 👇
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    Priyanshu kumar
    -I effect increases the acidity of carboxylic acid and +I effect decreases the acidity...You know also inductive effect is distance depenedent...So in option a -I effect of chlorin...
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  • Priyanshu kumar
    Option C is wrong
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    Priyanshu kumar
    Fluoroacetic acid is more stronger than bromoacetic acid
  • Narayanarao gundoju
    option B
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  • Narayanarao gundoju
    option B
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