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Benzene is not an alicyclic compound because it has a delocalised pi-electron system.
Benzene is normally categorised as an aromatic compound separate to the alicyclic category. Alicyclic compounds are those having a hydrocarbon in a ring, but not having aromatic properties, for example cyclohexene.
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No. if it contains benzene ring, It's aromatic.

But @alws did a fantastic job and we inadvertently demonstrated the difference between an A and an A* student loool.
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