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Longer delocalization, higher wave length absorption ?

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Dr. Nick
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Jul3-05, 12:07 PM
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My chemistry book says something like this: “Longer” electron delocalization is (at diens longer C atoms array), molecule will absorb at higher wave length”.
Why is this ?
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