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What is difference between anti-aromatic and non-aromatic compounds?

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What is difference between anti-aromatic and non-aromatic compounds?..

Answer / vijaya

anti aromatic compounds follows 4npi electron rule and are
cyclic compounds, planar, where as non aromatic are
nonplanar or planar, cyclic or acyclic.

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What is difference between anti-aromatic and non-aromatic compounds?..

Answer / janardhan

anti aromatic means it does not obey4n+2 RULE and follow
all the remaining aromatic rules.
Non aromatic means it does not obey huckles rule,sp2
hybridisition,planority,alternating double bonds.

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What is difference between anti-aromatic and non-aromatic compounds?..

Answer / anvesha

anti aromatic compounds follow 4n rules and these are
planar and also delocalization takes place but non aromatic
compound are acyclic nd it may b define by comapring the
energy of it's acyclic nd corresponding cyclic structure if
both having approx same energy then it comes in non
aromatic nd if both cyclic form having higher energy then
it's acyclic thn it's anti aromatic and if cyclic frm
having having less energy i.e more stable then it is
aromatic.nd aromatic compounds having 4n+2 pi electrons.

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What is difference between anti-aromatic and non-aromatic compounds?..

Answer / p.v.prudhvi

Anti-aromatic compounds obey only the 4n
electron rule.
Non-aromatic compounds not obey the
4n+2 and 4n rule.

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What is difference between anti-aromatic and non-aromatic compounds?..

Answer / jay insan

The cyclic planar moleculs with continuous delocalizatoin but having 4n number of delocalized Pi electrons are said to be anti-aromatic

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