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Factional bond orders exist for resonance structures.How are they calculated in a simple manner?
Asked by gayatri vee | 22 Jan, 2012, 11:12: AM
Expert Answer
A fractional bond order is possible in molecules and ions that have resonance structures. In the example of ozone, the bond order would be the average of a double bond and a single bond or 1.5 (3 divided by 2).
The same formula is applied to calculate the bond order. It is the value which tells about whole or fractional number.
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