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The number of $$\sigma$$ and $$(\pi)$$ bonds present in the sulphuric acid molecule are:


A
6σ 2π
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B
6σ 0π
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C
2σ 4π
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D
2σ 2π
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Solution

The correct option is B $$6\sigma$$ $$2\pi$$

Sulphuric acid ($$H_{2}SO_{4}$$) has two double bonds and four single bonds. Hence, it has 6 $$\sigma$$ bonds (4 from single bonds and 2 from double bonds) and 2 $$\pi$$ bonds (in 2 double bonds).

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