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Old Aug 19th 2017, 01:08 AM   #1
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Electrophilic substitution-the most likely position

Hello,
I have problem with finding the most likely position for nitration in these molecules. I can't determine if this
substituent with N is activating or deactivating. I guess in the last molecule N has lone pair, so it must activate, but this ring is also deactivated by COOR. And I thing a carbon attached to N with double bond will deactivate the ring. But if the both rings are deactivated which one will be attacked, maybe the one that is also activated? Please help
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