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Banana bond is the somewhat whimsical name given to covalent bonds in three carbon rings. The name comes from the shape of the electron clouds around each bonding carbon - instead of being linear, they are bent to overlap
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Not quite sure. The carbon-carbon bonds in cycolopentane are thought to be somewhere between sp3 and sp2 hybridized. So diborane, I think there would probably be four bonding electrons - one each from the two borons and the two bridging hydrogens - and I think they are probably distributed evenly between the four...
but the electrons in the hydrogen will want to remain a pair (plus and minus spins)
each boron can only contribute 1 electron|dw:1332723458680:dw|
even distribution is imposible