Hey, guys. So in this question were given to reactions were in part they were given the reaction between benzene and Turk. Beautiful. Ah, tribunal cat eye on And it's a two step electro filic reaction. You ting a substitution mechanism and in part B were given the electro for the condition of hydrochloric acid and Styer ing, which is shown. So I've written out the basic, um, reactions for both of them. And I'll go through the mechanisms and draw in curved arrows where appropriate, to show the movement of electrons to how we're getting each of these products. So in part A, we have our benzene molecule and our Turk beautiful. Ah, cat ion. So the first thing I'm going to do is I like to identify me nuclear files and my electro files. So starting off with our electrify, we know that the Turk beautiful cat ion is an electro vile since it has a positive charge on this carbon right here. And this benzene is our nuclear file since it is rich in electrons because of our double bonds. So now that I have that, I can go ahead and add in my curved arrows to denote the movement of electrons. So whenever we have these types of reactions, we know that the, um, nuclear file is going to be attacking the electric file. So to do that, I'm gonna take one of my bonds, my double bonds, and I'm going to do just that. I'm going to attack the electric file so the double bond is going to be breaking apart, and its electrons are going to be forming a bond with this Turk. Beautiful. So in our next step, we have that here. So we have the formation of a bond between our benzene ring and the Turk Beetle Cat Island. And now that I have this, it forms another car book. Had I on, um, Intermediate because of the breaking of our double bond And just to, um, the ah replaced this double bond and fill in the ah octet of this carbon, I'm going to do a, um, breaking of another bond. So I'm going to take this hydrogen and use its electrons to form another bond. So when I do that, I form my benzene ring again and that we have a Turk Beautiful cat island substitution. So for a next part. We have this reaction again. We have Styer ing and it's forming products from the reaction with hydrogen chloride. So hydrogen in this case is going to be our Electra file. And our nuclear file is this Styer e And I went ahead and broke apart of the hydrogen chloride into the constituent ions that making up because that's how um, it would do it in the actual reaction. So the first thing I'm gonna do is I'm gonna take the electrons from our double bond and they're going to attack this hydrogen here. And according to this rule in organic chemistry called Khar Market Nichols rule, this hydrogen is going to attach to the carbon with the most amount of hydrants. So that's going to be this carbon right here. So that's why this carbon now has three hydrogen ins. And this, um, carbon right now has a positive charge because of the loss of electrons from that double bond. Now that we have that, I can go ahead and have my chlorine I on attach to this positive charge. Teoh, stabilize it. And that yields this product right here where this chlorine is now bonded to this carbon, which was arc horrible cat on before. And our, um ah, hydrogen is bonded to this carbon from the original re agent. So those are our two reactions for this?