Subject: Why do the calculated bond lengths of H compounds have large deviations
Date: Sat Nov 7 10:00:47 1998
Posted by Nana Hagan
Grade level: undergrad
School: Vassar College
City: Poughkeepsie State/Province: New York
Area of science: Chemistry
The C-S bond length = 1.81A, experimentally determined bond length of
C-S is 1.82A. Calculated S-H bond length = 1.04A, experimentally
determined S-H bond length = 1.33A. What is the cause of this large
deviation for H containing compounds?
Re: Why do the calculated bond lengths of H compounds have large deviations
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