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				   what is inorganic benzene
				   

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hi,


 


inorganic bezene is a compound of B3N3 .


this  is called benzen bcz it has benzene like bonding(alternate single & bouble bonds b/w B&N)


,it is planer  as the benzene ,


it shows resonance  like benzene more over  it is a six-membered ring as bezene has.


Bonding between the B (boron )& N(nitrogen ) used to b very strong due to resonance seen as seen in the benzene (which is a organic compound).


Due to so much similarities in B3N3


and benzene ,it called by the name inorganic benzene as benzene is very much popular in organic


 



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