Chemistry Practice Problems Bond Energy Practice Problems Solution: Compared to a C=C double bond, a C-C single bond h...

Solution: Compared to a C=C double bond, a C-C single bond has _____ bond order, _____ bond length, and ______ bond energy.a. lower, longer, less b. lower, shorter, less c. higher, shorter, greaterd. lower, longer, greatere. higher, longer, less

Problem

Compared to a C=C double bond, a C-C single bond has _____ bond order, _____ bond length, and ______ bond energy.

a. lower, longer, less 

b. lower, shorter, less 

c. higher, shorter, greater

d. lower, longer, greater

e. higher, longer, less

Solution

Establish the relationship of bond order, energy and length and fill up the blanks in the problem

The bond energy determines the strength of the bond in a compound.

▪ the higher the bond energy, the higher is the energy required to break up the molecule/compound into its individual atoms

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