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Carbon atoms can form single, double,triple covalent bonds, but there is no experimental evidence for thr formation of quadruple covalent bond..pls., explain why this is so.

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    Explain why there is no experimental evidence? Quadruple bonds would indicate C2 molecules, and none have been discovered.

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