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The process that occurs when two equivalent forms of a compound are in equilibrium is

Options

A) Isotopy

B) Resonance

C) Isomerism

D) Reforming


The correct answer is B.

Explanation:

Resonance involves two forms of a compound.
Isomerism involves two or more forms of an element.
Reforming involves the rearrangement of molecule.

This deals with a two forms of a molecule where the chemical connectivity is the same but the electrons are distributed differently around the structure.


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  • Resonance involves two forms of a compound.
    Isomerism involves two or more forms of an element.
    Reforming involves the rearrangement of molecule.

    This deals with a two forms of a molecule where the chemical connectivity is the same but the electrons are distributed differently around the structure.

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