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Wendy Perez 3A wrote:I believe that Dr. Lavelle mentioned this once in his lectures. A bond length between two molecules is about 10^-10m, which is equal to 1 Angstrom.
Yes, this is correct. A bond length is always equal to 1 angstrom
andrewcj 4I wrote:Debora Fernandez Clemente_ 4H wrote:would the bond length vary when it is a double or triple bond?
Yes! Multiple bonds will be shorter than single bonds.
For example, because a double bond is stronger than a single bond, the double bond's length will be relatively shorter since the atoms are pulled together with more strength.
Bond lengths equal one Angstrom, and will lively be given. However, double bonds will be shorter than single bonds a lot of the time because they have a stronger pull between molecules, likely pulling them closer together and requiring a shorter bond.
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