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Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Amines are more basic than ammonia why?


Amines are more basic in nature than ammonia because in amines alkyl groups are present, which have -I effect, therefore. They increase electron density on nitrogen atom, therefore, amines can donate electron pair more easy than ammonia.

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