What is banana bonding???

Asked by Jayant | 2nd Nov, 2013, 10:53: AM

Expert Answer:

In diborane (B2H6), there are four terminal B-Hnormal covalent bonds which are quite strong and two bridge  B…..HB…..B which are different from normal covalent bonds and are quite weak. This structure resembles a banana and therefore is called a banana bonding.


Answered by Karishma Kapoor | 5th Nov, 2013, 11:41: AM

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