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Problem: Which compound is more reactive than benzene in electrophilic aromatic substitution reaction?   a. benzaldehyde b. nitrobenzene c. toluene d. benzoic acid e. benzenesulfonic acid

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Which compound is more reactive than benzene in electrophilic aromatic substitution reaction?

a. benzaldehyde

b. nitrobenzene

c. toluene

d. benzoic acid

e. benzenesulfonic acid

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