What is resonance effect, Chemistry

Delocalisation of electrons in conjugated system is called resonance. For example there is delocalisation of electrons in benzene ,hence we write kekule structure for benzen.

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The effect produced by the resonating structures of different Organic compounds is called resonance effect .

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The delocalysation of pi bonds is called as Resonance effect.

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