I think in these ques we check carbocation stability rather than polarity
If something is not soluble in water, why will it generate a carbocation at the first place?
Inductive effect of 3 Cl- makes it is worse than p\pi-d\pi back-bonding. (If you won't want polarity of molecule as argument.)
Its 2p -3p bro
@Azimuddin_Sheikh Please see my SN1 rate question.
Yes, I meant that only, why did I use \pi
Clearly mentions that loss of leaving group step is RDS. @seshu_ram
@Akshat_Joshi just take a look at my phy q1 how can even source temp be less than sink temp?
Yes @Yash_Srivastava2 u are right.
it should be (4)
30 is correct but 26's answer must be 4.
Hope nta corrects it
Why 1 is not a disproportionation reaction?
Guys check the above post. Exemplar again. Remember I had asked this same one right.
MN going from +7 to +6 and +4 hence only reduction
What should be the answer according to you?
@Siddhant_Rajoriya answer should be 2.
@Viraam_Rao you agree?
That's what I said, here only reduction and no oxidation.
I actually had the same doubt and had posted it here. Looking at two species containing Mn makes me feel like its disproportionation.
Thanks, btw I ended up doing another silly
Speed is distance /time na
you chose which option?