Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 351

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16-13 The reason for the dipole can be seen in a resonance form distributing the electrons to give each ring 61t electrons. This resonance picture gives one ring a negative charge and the other ring a positive charge. aromatic tropylium ion 6 1t electrons �--------- �---------- ( several resonance forms delocaJizing the __ _ positive charge around the seven-membered aromatic cycIopentadienyl anion 61t electrons �--------� �--------� "\ several resonance forms __ __ de localizing the negative charge around the five- membered ring nng "'- -- - -- --� 16-14 + AgBF4 -- Ag C l + C I The crystalline material soluble
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