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Problem: Which of the following is not true about Meissenheimer complexes? a. They are resonance-stabilized anions b. They are formed upon addition of a nucleophile to aryl halides c. They are aromatic d. They are intermediates in nucleophilic aromatic substitution reaction which take place by an addition-elimination mechanism  e. All of them are true

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Which of the following is not true about Meissenheimer complexes?

a. They are resonance-stabilized anions

b. They are formed upon addition of a nucleophile to aryl halides

c. They are aromatic

d. They are intermediates in nucleophilic aromatic substitution reaction which take place by an addition-elimination mechanism 

e. All of them are true

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