On 29 September 2012 12:56, Angel Herráez <angel.herraez@uah.es> wrote:
>                   H3C---CH3
>
> Now you drag the bond (only) away, what do you expect happens?
> Ethane moves in full

Maybe


 
> the bond moves and stays without atoms,

This makes no sense to me. What is a bond without atoms?


Exactly.  Thus another option - do nothing .

 
> or the bond disappears, leaving two methanes?

If I want to separate the two atoms (methanes here), I would try to delete the
bond, not move it.

So I vote for option #1. Moving the bond should, if anything, move the atoms
attached to it.

In case of a fused rings structure this might lead to movement of the entire molecule.

Regards,
Nina
 
What happens to other atoms attached to those (i.e. in molecules larger than
ethane)? They should stay I think, though then you have some very long
bonds.


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