Are my answers correct?

A. **4 pi electrons antiaromatic**

- does not contain a Huckel number of pi electrons

- there is at least one ring atom that does not contribute a pure p-orbital to the pi system

- the species is not aromatic

B. **4 pi electrons, antiaromatic**

- does not contain a Huckel number of pi electrons

- there is at least one ring atom that does not contribute a pure p-orbital to the pi system

- the species is not aromatic

C. **6 pi electrons + 2 nonbonding electrons that are not part of the pi system**

- contain a Huckel number of pi electrons

- there is at least one ring atom that does not contribute a pure p-orbital to the pi system

- the species is not aromatic

D. **6 pi electrons but nonplanar molecule**

- contain a Huckel number of pi electrons

- there is at least one ring atom that does not contribute a pure p-orbital to the pi system

- the species is not aromatic

E. **6 pi electrons and planar = aromatic**

- contains a Huckel number of pi electrons

- there is at least one ring atom that does not contribute a pure p-orbital to the pi system

- the species is aromatic

F. **8 pi electrons, antiaromatic**

- the species is not aromatic

G. **14 pi electrons, aromatic**

- contains a Huckel number of pi electrons

- each ring atom contributes a pure p-orbital to make a continuous pi system

- the species is aromatic

H. **6 pi electrons, aromatic with 1 pair on nonbonding electrons not part of the pi system**

- contains a Huckel number of pi electrons

- there is at least one ring atom that does not contribute a pure p-orbital to the pi system

- the species is aromatic

I. **6 pi electrons (because of the +2 charge, so 8 pi electrons - 2 = 6, which is a Huckel number), aromatic**

- contains a Huckel number of pi electrons

- each ring atom contributes a pure p-orbital to make a continuous pi system

- the species is aromatic

J. **8 pi electrons, antiaromatic**

- does not contain a Huckel number of pi electrons

- each ring atom contributes a pure p-orbital to make a continuous pi system

- the species is not aromatic