Subject: How does the bond energy relate to the reactivity of a compound?
Date: Sat Oct 28 10:06:27 2000
Posted by Anita
Grade level: 10-12
City: Hong Kong State/Province: No state entered.
Country: SAR, China
Area of science: Chemistry
As I know, a substance with a higher bond enthalpy requires more enerygy
to break the bond, so it seems to be more stable.
However, I have read from book/told by teacher that a higher energy
substance is more unstable than a lower ones.
So, which one is the true?
Re: How does the bond energy relate to the reactivity of a compound?
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