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Problem: Place the following in order of  increasing bond length. C-F        C-S        C-Cl A) C-S < C-Cl < C-F B) C-Cl < C-F < C-S C) C-F < C-S < C-Cl D) C-F < C-Cl < C-S E) C-S < C-F < C-Cl 

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Place the following in order of  increasing bond length.

C-F        C-S        C-Cl

A) C-S < C-Cl < C-F

B) C-Cl < C-F < C-S

C) C-F < C-S < C-Cl

D) C-F < C-Cl < C-S

E) C-S < C-F < C-Cl 

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