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Rearrangement: Aromatic
Due to the stabilising influence of aromatic rings, it is not uncommon for aromatic compounds to rearrange. Aromatic rearrangements are usually special examples of more general reactions.

For more information look in the Chemogenesis webbook section on rearrangement reactions.