Problem: What intermediate is thought to occur in the elimination-addition nucleophilic aromatic substitution mechanism? a. radical anion b. radical cation c. quinone d. benzyne e. positively charged sigma complex

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What intermediate is thought to occur in the elimination-addition nucleophilic aromatic substitution mechanism?

a. radical anion

b. radical cation

c. quinone

d. benzyne

e. positively charged sigma complex

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