Hello, I have a few questions that have been on my mind. I am wondering, can benzene conduct electricity because of the delocalized electrons? I am certain that the answer is yes but my knowledge of chemistry at the moment is elementary. If that answer is yes, can a benzene-like ring of carbon but with no hydrogen and either all double bounds or alternating single and triple bounds between the carbons be made and still conduct electricity? Similar to the above, could a chain of carbon with an all double or alternating single and triple bounds conduct electricity? Thank you for any help you can provide.