All right guys, let's do the example that was left on the bottom of the page. So here it says, determine the major product for the following aromatic reaction. So here we have an Al Halid. So just a carbon structure with the halogen, it's not BR two, it's not CL two. So it's not halogen. So this is Fritos alkyl and remember Fritos alkyl, the carbon group and an H switch positions and it could be any one of the hydrogens on benzene. So we get here at the end is this structure here. So you just have to draw this correctly. It's a four membered ring for car membered ring and that'd be our answer there. And if we wanted to name this, this would be cyclo because it's a substituent, but benzene, benzene forms the end of the name. So that would be the name of our structure. So again, remember that benzene is too stable to do addition, like an alkene or an alkin does. So nothing adds along their double bonds. Instead we substitute. So we replace an H with either a halogen or some type of keel group, some carbon structure. And in those two ways we get our answer. So remember, aromatic makes it too stable to react. So we have to do this. When you get to organic two, you'll see much more than just these two simple reactions. There's much more beyond halogen and Fritos alkyl. And in fact, there's another FRITO crass reaction called Asyl, but you're not gonna see it yet. So don't worry about that until you get to organic too.