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e.g. → \(\stackrel{\ominus}{\mathrm{N}}\) H, \(\stackrel{\ominus}{\mathrm{O}}\), -CH_{2} – CH_{2}, – CH_{3} etc Eq. \(\stackrel{\oplus}{\mathrm{N}}\) H_{3}, OH^{–}, NO_{2}, ^{–}CH = CH_{2} etc

→ It is developed by partial displacement of shared pair of electron.

→ It is distance dependent

Eq → \(\stackrel{\ominus}{\mathrm{N}}\)H , NH_{2}, OH, CH = CH_{2} etc Eq → CH = O, C ≡ N, etc

→ It is developed by complete transfer of π-electron

Comparision of +I Power

- Anion > C
_{sp3} - In alkyl gp; +I ∝ Branching
- If branching is same, then +I ∝ no of carbon

Comperision of -I Power

- Cation > neutral gp.
- -I ∝ \(\frac{1}{size}\)
- If size almost same (same period)

(-I ∝ E.N)

Comparision of + m Power

- Anion > neutral gp.
- +m ∝ \(\frac{1}{size}\)
- If size almost same +m ∝ \(\frac{1}{E.N.}\)

Comparision of m & I effect

- Charge developed m effect is greater than charge developed by I effect.
- Except hologen, m effect dominant over I effect.
- In benzene ring M effect work at o/p position while I effect.

work at all three o, m, p position, however intensity of effect.

↓ as distance ↑

Application:

(1)

(2)

(3) Stability of Reaction intermediate:

Hybridisation

Method – 1:

No of π bond | hybridisation |

0 | sp^{3} |

1 | sp^{2} |

2 | sp |

Method – 2:

No. of ep. | hybridisation |

2 | sp |

3 | sp^{2} |

4 | sp^{3} |

ep = bp + lp

bp → no of CT bond of hybrid atom

lp → (i) when C carry + ve or radical then lp is zero

(ii) When C carry – ve, then lp is one

When lp or -ve charge present in conjugation then their atom always present in sp^{2} hybridised state.

Aromaticity | Anti Aromaticity |

Cyclic | cyclic |

Planner | Planner |

Conjugation | Conjugation |

4n + 2 = πe | 4n = πe |

n = 0, 1, 2, 3 ….. | n = 1, 2, 3 ……. |

Note: Such molecule in which all the connecting

⇒ Position present in sp or sp^{2} hybridised state is said to be planner molecule.

⇒ More than 7C ring are normally non planner.

Hvperconiugation

Stability of free radical, alkene, carbocation ∝ Hyperconjugation
∝ no of α-H |

Heat of hydrogenation (ΔH) ∝ Reactivity of alkene

∝ \(\frac{1}{\text { stability of alkene }}\)

⇒ Reactivity of E.S.R ∝ Activating power

∝ – ve charge on benzene ring

⇒ Reactivity of E.AR ∝ – ve charge on alkene

∝ stability of carbocation

⇒ Reactivity N.A.R ∝ + ve charge on the C of > C = O gp.

⇒ Reactivity of halide ∝ stability of carbocation

⇒ Reactivity of alcohol ∝ stability of carbocation towards HX

⇒ Rate of De-carboxylation ∝ stability of carboanion

⇒ Reactivity of F.R.S.R ∝ Stability of C-free radical

⇒ Reactivity of N.S.R ∝ Power of leaving gp.

⇒ Rate of Dehydration ∝ stability of carbocation

⇒ Rate of De-hydrohalogination ∝ stability of carbocation

Leaving gp

weaker base are better leaving gp.

Nucleophilicity (N.S.)

Electrophile

Necleophile

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