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Which pair is usually required for a nucleophilic aromatic substitution reaction ?


A
ArNO2 substitution and a strong electrophile.
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B
A ring bearing a strong activating group and a strong acid.
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C
An aryl halide with an NO2 and a strong nucleophile.
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D
An unsubstituted benzene ring and a strong electrophile.
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Solution

The correct option is A An aryl halide with an $$- NO_2$$ and a strong nucleophile.

An aryl halide with $$-NO_2$$ substituents are highly activated for aromatic nucleophilic substitution reaction. 
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