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Degree of Hydrogenation alters the resonance? - theory of resonance?

Degree of Hydrogenation alters the resonance? - theory of resonance? - Organic Chemistry Forum

Degree of Hydrogenation alters the resonance? - theory of resonance? - Organic Chemistry Forum


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Old 09-19-2004, 02:27 PM
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Default Degree of Hydrogenation alters the resonance? - theory of resonance?




Hi

I have been told that if you alter the Hydrogenation level then this should
effect the degree of resonance and thus electrical properties.
Could somebody help and explain please.

Cheers

Wayne

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