even when there is a possibility of conjugation why aren't bond lengths equal?
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Anti-aromatic compounds have no delocalization of electrons hence no resonance. To check aromatic character we use huckel's rule of (4n+2)π e- present in a conjugated closed loop. An anti aromatic compound would have only 4nπ electrons which is the case with above mentioned compound . Hence the bond lengths are different.