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Research Task. Benzene – . research task. Find out about and describe, including diagrams, . Kekule’s. structure for benzene – C. 6. H. 6. Explain the discrepancies and limitations in the model with respect to the low reactivity . ID: 528039

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The Structure of Benzene

Research Task

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Benzene – research task

Find out about and describe, including diagrams,

Kekule’s

structure for benzene – C

6

H

6

Explain the discrepancies and limitations in the model with respect to the low reactivity

of benzene

.

Describe the delocalised bonding model in benzene, including details of orbital overlap. Research and describe how bond length and hydrogenation enthalpies provide evidence for this model.

To be successful in your learning journey you must produce a summary document of your findings. This could be a PowerPoint presentation or word document

with

clear

sourcing throughout. Details of all sources used should be recorded on a bibliography. Your audience is 16-18 year old students with some understanding of bonding in organic chemistry.


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