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Relative stability of CARBOCATIONS

(C6H5)3C+ > (C6H5)2C+H>(C6H5)C+H2   ........................................(1)

Relative stability of CARBANIONS

(C6H5)3C- > (C6H5)2C-H>(C6H5)C-H2 ...............................................(2)

WHICH IS CORRECT?

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Both are correct based on conjugation

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Both are correct my friend, because BOTH positive as well as negative charges in conjugation can undergo resonance and hence get stabilised.

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