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Again we dont count carbonyl group electrons as they

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Unformatted text preview: electron on both atoms at either end of the bond: put the electrons where they are – in the bond. Suggested solution The numbers show how many π electrons there are in each bond or at each atom. The first compound has a lone pair on nitrogen in a p- orbital shared between both rings. Each ring has six electrons and the periphery of the whole molecule has ten el...
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