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triple bonds are shorter in length than double, and double than single. This is because these types of bonds are stronger and therefore draw the elements closer. And yes, quadruple bonds exist but they are most stable among transition metals.
Single bonds are longer than both triple bonds and double bonds. While double bonds are longer than triple bonds. The stronger the bond the shorter the bonds are, drawing elements closer to each other in the process. Double bonds are stronger than single bonds and triple bonds are stronger than both double and single bonds.
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