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Why the C-C bond length is greater than that of C=C?

Why the C-C bond length is greater than that of C=C?

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Ankit Yadav
47 Points
2 months ago
That’s a very nice question . This is because  nucleus -nucleus replusion is overcome by electrostatic attraction  between the positively charged nuclei and the electron cloud ,Where there is more electron density , ie as in a double bond.
  

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