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The above example is benzene.
Only six electrons contribute to the 6 π bonds and pπ orbitals. Normally, an orbital requires two electrons to satisfactorily "fill" it. I don't understand how this rule is not abided yet bezene is still considered a stable molecule.
Am I to understand that a single electron can be shared by 6 orbitals simultaneously? Do all 6 π orbitals completely spread out amongst each other to each this?