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Use Figure 16.11 to explain why FriedelCrafts alkylations often give polysubstitution

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Problem 16.10

Use Figure 16.11 to explain why FriedelCrafts alkylations often give polysubstitution but FriedelCrafts acylations do not. CH3 + H3C CH3 (Product mixture) (Sole product) AlCl3 CH3Cl CCH3

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
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Author: John E. McMurry
ISBN: 9780840054449

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Use Figure 16.11 to explain why FriedelCrafts alkylations often give polysubstitution