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Bromine water

Bromine water is actually an aqueous form of bromine. Here in aqueous solution, phenol ionizes to form phenoxide ion due to the presence of negative charge, the oxygen of phenoxide ion donates electron on benzene ring to a large extent, as a result, the ring gets highly activated and hence tri-substituion occurs.

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