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Since diatomic molecules are the most stable form of those elements, those elements pretty much only occur in that state, so the bond enthalpies are known an accurate. Bonds between other elements, like Carbon for example, can be found in multiple different molecules. Therefore the enthalpies of these bonds are averages of that bond in all the molecules it can occur.
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