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Problem: The electrophilic bromination or chlorination of benzene requires, in addition to the halogen: A) a hydroxide ion. B) a Lewis base. C) a Lewis acid. D) peroxide. E) ultraviolet light.

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The electrophilic bromination or chlorination of benzene requires, in addition to the halogen:

A) a hydroxide ion.

B) a Lewis base.

C) a Lewis acid.

D) peroxide.

E) ultraviolet light.

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