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How would the bond strength of the C:C double bond in an alkene compare to that of a C:C single bond in the corresponding alkane? A) The double bond would have the same strength as the single bond. B) The double bond would be stronger than, but less than twice as strong as the single bond. C) The double bond would have exactly twice the strength of the single bond. D) The double bond would have more than twice the strength of the single bond.

 How would the bond strength of the C:C double bond in an alkene compare to that of a C:C single bond in the corresponding alkane?
A) The double bond would have the same strength as the single bond. 
B) The double bond would be stronger than, but less than twice as strong as the single bond.
C) The double bond would have exactly twice the strength of the single bond.
D) The double bond would have more than twice the strength of the single bond.

Grade:upto college level

1 Answers

Akshay Meena
askIITians Faculty 34 Points
7 years ago
Ans : (B) Thanks & Regards Akshay Meena, askIITians Faculty M.Tech, IIT Kharagpur

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