what are delocalized electrons ?

Asked by Gaurav Gaur | 30th Mar, 2013, 01:15: PM

Expert Answer:

Electrons belonging to certain molecules are not attached to a particular atom or bond in that molecule. These electrons are said to be "delocalized" because they do not have a specific location (are not localized); they cannot be drawn in a simple Lewis structure. 

Answered by  | 31st Mar, 2013, 06:05: AM

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