Fill in the blanks with the appropriate choice. Bond order of N^{+}_{2 } is ___P___ while that of_{ }N_{2} is ___Q___ . Bond order of O^{+}_{2 } is ___R___ while that of O_{2 }is ___S___ . N−N bond distance ___T___ , when N_{2} changes to N^{+}_{2 }and when O_{2 }changes to O^{+}_{2 }, the O-O bond distance ___U___ .
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a
b)
b
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c
d)
d
Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
Since N^{+}_{2} has lower bond order than N_{2}, bond length of N - N in N^{+}_{2} increases .In O^{+}_{2} , bond order increases form 2 to 2.5 hence , bond length decreases.
Since N+2 has lower bond order than N2, bond length of N - N in N+2 increases .In O+2 , bond order increases form 2 to 2.5 hence , bond length decreases.
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Since N+2 has lower bond order than N2, bond length of N - N in N+2 increases .In O+2 , bond order increases form 2 to 2.5 hence , bond length decreases.