# What's the structure of “inorganic benzene”? [closed]

Can anyone give me a possible structure for a compound called "inorganic benzene"?

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• @Agriculturist How is that a dupe? – bon Aug 11 '16 at 17:52
• @bon I see your point - missed the difference between benzene and inorganic benzene. – Agriculturist Aug 11 '16 at 17:55

## 1 Answer

"Inorganic benzene" also known as borazine has a molecular formula of $\ce{B3N3H6}$.

It is a planar structure. Both B and N are sp2 hybridised. It is called "inorganic benzene" as it is isoelectronic with benzene.

• What are the sources of pics? – Mithoron Aug 12 '16 at 2:34