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Sulfonation, unlike most other electrophilic aromatic substitution reactions, is

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Problem 16.53

Sulfonation, unlike most other electrophilic aromatic substitution reactions, is reversible. Benzenesulfonic acid (structure in Eq. 16.12, p. 804) can be converted into benzene and H2SO4 with hot water (steam). Write a curvedarrow mechanism for this reaction.

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Chapter3: The Mole& Stoichiometry Monday, September 26, 2016  The mole o 1 mole (mol) of atoms = 6.0221423 x10 atoms *Avogadro’s number - 12  1 mol of C has a mass ofexactly12g This is a very  1 mol of C has a mass of12.0107g important number get  1 mol of O has a mass of15.9994g comfortable using it!!! You’ll justbe expected  Molecular Mass (aka Molecular Weight) 23 o 1 mol of H 2olecules has 2times 1 mol of H atoms to use 6.022 x10  H 2 2x 1.00794g

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