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What is the general structure of a haloarene?

The general structure of a haloarene consists of an aromatic ring with at least one halogen atom attached to it.

Explain the difference between haloarene and haloalkene.

Haloarenes are aromatic compounds containing at least one halogen atom, while haloalkenes are alkenes with at least one halogen atom attached to the carbon-carbon double bond.

How do the reactivity and stability of haloarenes compare to haloalkenes? Explain.

Haloarenes are less reactive than haloalkenes due to the stabilizing effect of the aromatic ring, which reduces the tendency to undergo addition reactions. However, they can undergo substitution reactions. Haloalkenes, being alkenes, are more reactive and tend to undergo addition reactions.

Test your knowledge on the differences between haloarenes and haloalkenes with this quiz. Understand the general structure of a haloarene and compare the reactivity and stability of haloarenes to haloalkenes. Sharpen your understanding of these important organic compounds.

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