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what does delocalization mean in aromatic hydrocarbon

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does this help to any degree ? http://www.wisegeek.org/what-are-aromatic-hydrocarbons.htm
"A benzene ring is a molecular structure that is created when six carbon atoms connect with each other in a linked ring. Each carbon atom has four electrons; two electrons link up with neighboring carbon atoms, while one goes to a hydrogen atom. The fourth is what is known as a delocalized electron, meaning that it is not directly involved with a specific atom. Benzene rings are often drawn as hexagonal shapes with a circle in the middle to represent these delocalized electrons. Benzene happens to be a particularly toxic form of aromatic hydrocarbon."
its good but i got stuck with this also :(

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What are you having problem with? I mean what part of the explanation?
i just need an explanation
a simple 1
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aromatic_hydrocarbon#Benzene_ring_model
I kinda know what it is, but i dont think i'll able to explain as good as someone else would be able to.
if DS explanation was as simple as it gets then i guess ill take that 1 then
im still kinda bit uneasy about what it is though :P
Just movement of pi electrons in the ring so as to increase the electron density at ortho and para positions.
lol not too much into electron charges of attraction that help create molecule shapes
but thank you guys
give rnr the medal I'm pretty stoopid ;\ he deserved it
I told ya i wouldnt be able to help much.
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thank you all
Cheers.
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