anonymous one year ago Anyone know anything about strain induced bond localization? I'll explain what very little I know haha.

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1. anonymous

|dw:1442545741187:dw| Here's a three times annulated benzene, just means I put some rings on the outside with cyclopropenes. So does this cause the bonds within benzene to no longer all be the same length? This is called the Mills-Nixon effect. Anyways I'm just curious about it.

2. anonymous

@nincompoop

3. Photon336

Interesting

4. surry99
5. anonymous

This would be an interesting research: strain induced bond localization in aromatic compounds with extended $$\pi$$ systems.

6. anonymous

have you ever seen or heard of the $$\sf Mills-Nixon ~Effect$$ ? http://blog.sciencenet.cn/blog-94786-866283.html

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