Recently, I was watching a video about separating o-chlorotoluene and p-chlorotoluene from its solution. Following was a reaction demonstrated in the video:
I was curious about the structure of chlorotoluene. In this, the chlorine substituent was directly inserted into the benzene ring rather that attached to carbon atom. What does the bonding signifies? Is this structural representation correct? Does IUPAC recommend it? I couldn't find such type of image on internet not in any literature and thus I am skeptical about this representation.