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Solution: The C-C pi bond in ethylene H 2CCH2 results from the overlap of which orbitals?a. Two sp3 hybrid orbitals, one on each C atomb. Two 2p atomic orbitals, one from each C atomc. Two 2s atomic orbital, on each Cd. Two sp hybrid orbitals, one each Ce. Two sp2 hybrid orbitals, one on each C

Problem

The C-C pi bond in ethylene H 2CCH2 results from the overlap of which orbitals?

a. Two sp3 hybrid orbitals, one on each C atom

b. Two 2p atomic orbitals, one from each C atom

c. Two 2s atomic orbital, on each C

d. Two sp hybrid orbitals, one each C

e. Two sp2 hybrid orbitals, one on each C