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Saturday, September 12, 2020

Explain why aniline is less basic than ammonia?

The lone pair present at the nitrogen in aniline is delocalized in the ring (by 
resonance) and hence, it is not free for protonation, while in ammonia. It is 
present at nitrogen all the time, hence it is readily available for ptrotonation.

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