All of the carbon-carbon bonds in benzene are ________. all of the carbon-carbon bonds in benzene are ________. identical double bonds single bonds circular bon
All of the carbon-carbon bonds in benzene are identical.
All six carbon atoms in bezene are sp2 hybridized.
All of the carbon-carbon bonds have exactly the same lengths, that length is somewhere between single and double bonds.
Benzene is very stable because delocalized electrons above and below the plane of the ring.
Single and double
Benzene is an aromatic organic chemical compound with the following chemical formula:
Benzene molecule make up six carbon atoms linked in a hexagoned ring with one hydrogen atom bonded to each carbon to attain the octate's rule. It is an hydrocarbon since it just has carbon and hydrogen.
Now, due to its arrangement shown on the attached picture, one states that it has interleaved single and double bonds.