How many carbons are in the planar double-bond system in the following compound?
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Ionic Compounds -Noble Gases: the only happy atoms. Happiness = same number of (e-) as Noble Gases. Atoms will 1. Lose (e-) 2. Gain (e-) 3. Share (e-) 1. Lose (e-): Metal atoms like to lose (e-). Na has 11 (p+) meaning it has 11 (e-) = unhappy It becomes happy by becoming the closest noble gas to it ---> Ne (10 (e-)) It will lose 1 (e-) to become happy...
Textbook: Organic Chemistry
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