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Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Why pyrimidine is less basic than pyridine?



Pyrimidine is less basic than pyridine because (–I effect) negative inductive effect of nitrogen atom to another nitrogen atom that cause decreases electron density of each other. This makes it less willing to donate its lone pair. This is not count that number of lone pairs to explain basicity.


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