Definition for "Mesomeric effect"

Mesomeric effect - (Noun)

chemistry the increased stability of organic compounds having alternate single and double bonds.
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Mesomeric effect - (General)

1. The mesomeric effect or resonance effect in chemistry is a property of substituents or functional groups in a chemical compound. ...
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2. The mesomeric effect occurs through π bonds, and can either add (if there are filled p orbitals - as on O or N) or remove (if there is an empty p orbital) local electron density.
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