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Bond order is the number of chemical bonds between a pair of atoms and indicates the stability of a bond.for example, in diatomic nitrogen N≡N the bond order is 3.
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2016-03-23T18:52:44+05:30
No of bonds between two atoms which r bonded together is called bond order
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