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Hi there! Actually, the longer the bond length, the smaller the bond order. A higher bond order corresponds to shorter and stronger bonds. For example, a bond order of 1 corresponds to a single bond, which is a long and weak bond. A bond order of 2 corresponds to a double bond, which is stronger and shorter. So, the longer the bond length, the lower the bond order. Hope that helps!
Not quite, I think you have the relationship reversed. The more bonds you have (single->double->triple) the shorter your bond will be. Same idea with the bond order. If you have a higher BO, you have stronger bond which would be similar to saying there's a shorter bond.
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