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After hydride shift there will be resonance but the answer to this question was given no resonance

After hydride shift there will be resonance but the answer to this question was given no resonance 

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Vedant Borkar
28 Points
2 months ago
As mentioned by you in the image there's a negative charge on carbon.
For sake of simplicity let us number the given carbon as C1.Therefore,the double bonded carbon will be C3.
 
There will be no resonance as there is no conjugation i.e the double bond can't travel from C3 to C1 .
Instead if the double bond would have been on C2 then only it could travel and there would have been resonance.
 
 

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