Draw the structure of the compound m-chlorotoluene.
Properties of Toluene:
Toluene is an aromatic compound that contains a methyl group attached directly to a phenyl ring. Due to the presence of electron-donating methyl group, toluene has more pi-electron density than benzene in the aromatic ring.
Answer and Explanation: 1
m-chlorotoluene is a derivative of toluene that contains a chloro substituent at the meta position. Hence, the structure of m-chlorotoluene is shown...
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