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In organic chemistry, benzenoids are a class of chemical compounds with at least one benzene ring. These compounds have increased stability from resonance in the benzene rings. Most aromatic hydrocarbons are benzenoid. Notable counterexamples are cyclooctadecanonaene, azulene and trans-bicalicene.