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Why is C-H bond stronger than SiH4 bond?


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CH compound does not exist. So it has no bonds.

Ch and OH bonds are covalent in nature. Ch bond is non -polar while OH bond is polar covalent bond.

CH (triple bond) CH + Br2 -> BrC (triple bond) CBr

An example is acetylene, CH≡CH.

Yes, the C-H bond is a polar covalent bond.

C-H is a covalent bond because the electronegativity varies by less than 0.5 units

Ethyne :) (...ane is a single bond, ...ene is a double bond, ...yne is a triple bond)

CH3Cl is a polar bond. CH3Cl has a bond of three CH molecules and 1 bond of 1 C-Cl. The bond consists of a tetrahedral structural formation.

As the molecular formula for benzene is C6H6 so acetylene CH Triple Bond CH should be its monomer.

CH bond forms carbon acids

there are 4 possibilities 1- CH3-CH2-C=CH one triple bond 2-CH3-C=C-CH3 one triple bond 3-CH2=CH-CH=CH2 two double bonds 4-CH2=C=CH-CH3 two double bonds

The structural formula for butene is CH2=CH-CH2-CH3 there's a double bond between the CH2 and the CH

This do occur when there is present a multiple bond (double bond) between two carbon atoms. For example in the molecule say 2-Butene (CH3-CH=CH-CH3) there is a case of geometrical isomerism.

4-methyl-4-nonene CH3-CH2-CH2-CH(CH3)=CH-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH3 The (CH3) is a methyl group stemming from the CH just before it (#4). - single bond = double bond.

The position of double bond is different. CH3-CH=CH-CH2-CH2-CH3 is 2-hexene CH3-CH2-CH=CH-CH2-CH3 is 3-hexene

In Spanish the h is silent except when it is preceded by c. In hotel, the h is silent In Chile, the ch sound is similar than sh (a little bit stronger and shorter than sh)

Nonpolar CH bonds. Ester linkages occur.

A C8 alkyne CH triple bond C-CH2CH2CH2CH2CH2CH3

Assuming you mean in fact the bond of C (Carbon) and H (Hydrogen)... It is merely a bond between the two elements.

{CH2- CH-OOC-CH3}N where N is very large and often over 200,000 CH2=CH-OOC-CH3 is the formual for vinyl acetate monomer. The double bond opens up and polymerizes giving the structure above with only a single bond between the CH2 and the CH.

This type of bond exists in proteins, it is amide bond formed between nitrogen atom of one molecule and carbonyl carbon of 2nd molecule , as R-CO-NH-CH(R)-CO-

There would need to be a double bond between the two CH's such as in CH3CH2CH=CHCH2NH2, otherwise the molecule wouldn't exist. The name of this compound would be2-penten-1-amine

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