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Dissociation energy is based on bond strength. The shorter the bond, the stronger it is resulting in a higher dissociation energy. For example, triple bonds have the highest dissociating energy and single bonds have the lowest.
For dissociation energy, the stronger the bond the higher the dissociation energy. A shorter bond has higher dissociation energy. For example, comparing a single bond to a double bond. A single bond is longer in length when compared to the double bond and therefore has a lower dissociation energy.
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