Bond order of li(2)(minus) anion molecule, Chemistry

What is the Bond Order of Li(2)(minus) anion molecule? 

Ans) No. of bonding elecrtons =3 (valence), anti bonding =0 (given its state)

thus =bond order =3/2=1.2 

 

 

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