That's the confusion mate. Through sir, i think 3>2>1
But it's given 2>3>1 and mentioned reason is solvation.
I can't digest it
Ohh. Im not quite sure about the solvation argument. I've seen either the same or a very similar question and the concept used was SIR. That would make the answer 3>2>1 .
What do you think the answer is?
I used same thing
@Viraam_Rao btw, if we do consider solvation, shouldn't it be 1>2>3?
Im not sure how to compare solvation. How did you do it?
@Viraam_Rao I also have a confusion here.
When we have COOH, and a substituent at Ortho, acidic strength increases. But for amines, doesn't it decrease?
No steric hindrance-more solvation(stabilisation) of cation
Btw, if it's some exception too then,
@Supreeta_Sen @Viraam_Rao can u confirm with some source or coaching?
Also if u could upload sir notes, it would be very helpful.
I read solomon already
Didn't help in this confusion
Nevermind this is only for aniline
@Viraam_Rao as far as amines are concerned, do we have to consider solvation if aqueous medium is not mentioned?
When do we see SIP then?
Remember that discussion during mains. For methyl and ethyl substituted they compared using solvation even though aqueous medium wasn't mentioned.
Yeah I remember bro. So if the paper setters are using solvation, we also have to I guess.
Sip is there is Ranjeet shahi bro?
SIP is for aniline bro as per my notes