Anti-aromatic and the non-aromatic compounds

What is main difference among anti-aromatic and the non-aromatic compounds?

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The anti aromatic compounds follows 4npi electron rule and are planar, cyclic compounds, while non aromatic are cyclic or acyclic and non-planar or planar.

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