Problem: Propose at least two different structures for a compound with six carbon atoms that exhibits the following features:(b) Only one carbon atom is sp hybridized, and the remaining ve carbon atoms are all sp3 hybridized (remember that your compound can have elements other than carbon and hydrogen).

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Propose at least two different structures for a compound with six carbon atoms that exhibits the following features:

(b) Only one carbon atom is sp hybridized, and the remaining ve carbon atoms are all sp3 hybridized (remember that your compound can have elements other than carbon and hydrogen).

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