Problem: In which of the following molecules is the carbon-carbon bond likely to be the strongest?a. H3CCH3b. H2CCH2c. CH3CH2Fd. HCCHe. H2CO

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In which of the following molecules is the carbon-carbon bond likely to be the strongest?

a. H3CCH3

b. H2CCH2

c. CH3CH2F

d. HCCH

e. H2CO

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