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Reference for Bond Strengths

by Hyo X
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Hyo X
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Aug21-13, 02:11 PM
P: 37
Hi,
I am looking for a good reference on the relative strengths of several bonds. (I think this is the same as bond dissociation energy?)
I.E., C-C, C-S, C-N, S-Au, etc.
Is there a good reference out there? thanks
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Hyo X
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Aug21-13, 02:33 PM
P: 37
I found this one
http://www.q1.fcen.uba.ar/materias/q...as/disocia.pdf

It's pretty good but it doesnt have Au-N bond.
Does Au-N bond or is it some kind of physisorption rather than chemical bond


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