delocalized bond

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delocalized bond

[dē′lō·kə‚līzd ′bänd]
(chemistry)
A type of molecular bonding in which the electron density of delocalized electrons is regarded as being spread over several atoms or over the whole molecule. Also known as nonlocalized bond.
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As shown in figure 2, this creates a conjugated system via the two aromatic rings, known as a quinone imide.
This is due to the much larger molecule number density in the solid film than that in the solution, especially to the much larger delocalized [pi]-electrons conjugated system formed in the film.
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Band (c) in the range of 630-650 nm is as-sociated with bipolaron transition (np) in the large p conjugated system of the polymer chain [28].
X-ray analysis reveals that the atoms of C(1) to C(8), N(1) and N(2) form a planar and N2, C3, C2, C1 and N1 atoms can form a conjugated system. The structure in solution is in agreement with the solid-state structure.
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