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(a) Using the curved-arrow notation, show how the nitrosyl cation, , is generated from

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Problem 23.34

(a) Using the curved-arrow notation, show how the nitrosyl cation, , is generated from HNO2 under acidic conditions. (b) Draw a curved-arrow mechanism for the electrophilic aromatic substitution reaction shown in Eq. 23.52.

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