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Mariah wrote:Alexa Hernandez 3k wrote:The more Bonds means a stronger pull so consequently you also get a smaller length because of the increased attraction.
So the smaller the bond, the stronger it is?
A stronger bond will typically be shorter and have a larger dissociation energy because there are more electrons acting in the bond, making the attraction stronger.
The bond length is determined by how many bonded electrons there are. The more electrons are bonded (i.e. a triple bond in which 6 electrons are bonded), the shorter the bond length. That means that a triple bond has the shortest length (and has the most attraction/energy bringing the two atoms together), double bonds have the second shortest length, and single bonds have the longest lengths.
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