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Benzene wont de colourise bromine water although it is an unsaturated compound ,as it is an aromatic compound and it does not undergo addition reaction.

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Q: When benzene reacts with bromine water will it decolourise bromine water or not?
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Why benzene does not decolourise bromine water?

Benzene will not decolourise bromine water as it does not undergo addition reaction. It is highly saturated due to presence electron cloud above and below it.


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