Why are pi bonds delocalized?

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Meem I. Share
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http://butane.chem.uiuc.edu/pshapley/GenChem1/L12/sigma.gif
Pi bonds rotate about their nodal plane which causes the bond to be break easily. Delocalized means that The bond or electron which doesn't remain in contact with each other for a long time or that can't last for a long time so as pi orbitals rotate as shown in the above pic the bond breaks and doesn't last for long.

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