Electrons present in a benzene

How many electrons are present in a benzene?




30 electrons are in a benzene. This comprises 6 hydrogen electrons and 24 carbon electrons. In this 12 electrons shared among C and H, and 18 among C and C. (6 electrons in ring, 6 in down ring and 6 among C and C).

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