Is it b?
I thought due to bond order 3 same acc to MOT
Bro B nhi hoga.. That same thing is applicable for C also. Same BO for homonuclear diatomic species.
What is MO?
Bhai for C size has a huge difference
"The atomic radius is so small that the electrostatic repulsion between the nuclei is significant, and the non-bonding electrons surrounding each atom also repel each other due to the small amount of space available. These forces counteract the strong attraction between the nuclei and the bonding pair of electrons and weakens the bond compared to what might be expected."
@seshu_ram can you explain, I'm not getting
I can understand a and d are wrong
Yes bro.. Species in option B and C only have same BO. That is why I eliminated A and D.
In B there is some dipole moment but that is not the case in C. Thus F2/I2 non polar but CO is non polar although N2 is polar. Therefore C.
CO non polar? You said opposite
Well we know in N2 the triple bond is exceptionally stable.
So N2 (942Kj/mol) >CO ( 700~)
Sorry See polarity increases boiling point afaik.. Yes N triple bond N is exceptionally stable.... Hmm.
@pratyaksh_tyagi got it or anything more remains to be explained?
This can give you more details
Oh lol it’s there on goiit itself🤣