Electrostatic surfaces-Unsaturated Molecules

More advanced acetone

Use the boxes to display the dipoles, charges and electrostatic potential mapped onto the surface of each molecule. Red regions are nucleophilic (electron-rich) and blue regions are electrophilic (electron-poor)

benzene ethene acetylene allene methyl vinyl ketone

Click the structures to load examples of pi-bonding in alkenes, alkynes and aromatics and conjugation (or not) with ketones

More molecules: Small Polar | Conjugated | Lone Pair Conjugation | Carbonyl Hydration


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