p-Anisidine is more basic than aniline - Justify with appropriate drawings

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p-Anisidine is more basic than aniline - Justify with appropriate drawings

Bronsted Base

Aniline is a bronsted base. Amine group is substituted on benzene ring. On amine group there is availability of lone pairs, it can donate its electron pair. It can undergo nucleophilic reaction. According to Bronsted-Lowry theory an acid is a substance which can accept electrons while base is a substance which can donate its electron pair. Electron-rich compounds are bronsted base.

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p-Anisidine is an aniline substituted with methoxy group, Methoxy group is an electron donating group. In other words, ring activator. It will...

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