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Dynamics of the reaction of oxygen atoms with carbon suboxide
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11.The strength of a bond is in the range of about 170–180 kcal/mole and that of a C—O bond about 90 kcal/mole. To open a π bond requires about 55–60 kcal/mole of energy. Thus, the initial adduct (which contains one C‐O and two bonds) possesses only 30–35 kcal/mole of internal energy. The formation of the new π bond would release an additional 70–75 kcal/mole of energy.
12.For example, the C‐C‐C bond angle in is
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