Cross-conjugation

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Benzophenon has cross-conjugation.

In chemistry, cross-conjugation is a special type of conjugation (a form of connection between two things) in a molecule. When in a set of 3 Pi bonds two pi bonds interact with each other by "conjugation".[1]

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  1. N. F. Phelan, "Cross Conjugation" in Journal of Chemical Education, 1968 (45/10), 633-637.

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