What is the center of electron density and what exactly is it used to determine?

asked by @sfranklin101 • 11 months ago • Chemistry • 5 pts

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Hey there! This is just regions of the molecule where electrons are concentrated. This could be useful in a lot of things but more importantly, it can be used to understand reactions. This is one of those fundamental things that you'd have to remember even if you don't use it yet but will be very useful later on. So basically what counts as a center of electron density are bonds and unpaired electrons. So I would be false. The answer then would be d. I hope this helps!

answered by @leot1 • 11 months ago