Delocalized pi bond

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Tatiana R Dis 3E
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Delocalized pi bond

Postby Tatiana R Dis 3E » Wed Nov 29, 2017 10:09 am

What is a delocalized pi bond and when do they occur?

Caroline C 1G
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Re: Delocalized pi bond

Postby Caroline C 1G » Wed Nov 29, 2017 2:30 pm

Delocalized pi bonds are pi bonds that can be moved around as a result of resonance structures. Resonance structures have double and triple bonds in different locations, causing the pi bonds to be delocalized. An example of a molecule with delocalized pi bonds is benzene (C6H6) as its double bonds can be rearranged, resulting in two resonance structures.


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