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What is inductive effect in chemistry

What is inductive effect in chemistry ?
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Pulling or pushing pair of elector through a single bond.
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The polarity produced in a molecule as a result of higher electronegativity of one atom compared to other is termed inductive effect.
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It refers to the polarity produce in a molecule as a result of higher electronegativity of one atom compared to the other.It act as sigma electrons.Ex:C-->>>--C-->>--C-->--Cl.For this effect is strongly act the 1st C(near to Cl) is very strong & after the 2nd C it's effect becomes very weak.
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