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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Lucy X on Friday, December 5, 2008 at 10:48pm.

I have to build a model of a molecule and I was wondering how to determine its bond lenghts.
(It has C-H, C-O, C=O, C-N, C-C & C=C bonds.)
Also, will the lengths of all of one type of bond be the same throughout the molecule? Er...for example, if I found the length of a C-H bond, would every C-H bond be the same length in this molecule?

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