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Covalent bonds in benzene molecules

Covalent bonds in benzene molecules

In benzene there are sigma bonds and delocalized pi bonds between carbon atoms.

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benzene, benzene molecule, aromatic hydrocarbon, arenes, single bond, multiple bond, delocalised bond, bond, electron orbital, σ bond, π bond, covalent bond, aromatic ring, Kekulé, coal tar, molecule, hydrocarbon, chemistry, organic chemistry

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