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allylic lone pair

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    \(\sf LP \rightarrow \pi; \pi \rightarrow LP \) |dw:1434884810199:dw|

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    compounds bearing carbon-carbon double bonds, the two carbons bearing the double bonds are referred to as vinylic positions and the atoms directly connected to the vynilic positions are allylic positions.

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    wow!....

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    Will definitely look at this again!

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    Can this happen? |dw:1438513005378:dw|

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    From what I can remember, any molecular strucutre with a positive charge on a carbon that's adjacent to an alkene is termed an allylic

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