Which of the following statements is incorrect for sigma and π-bonds formed between two carbon atoms?
Sigma-bond is stronger than a π-bond
Bond energies of sigma and π-bonds are of the order of 264 kJ/mol and 347 kJ/mol
Free rotation of surrounding atoms about a sigma-bond is allowed but not in case of a π-bond
Sigma-bond determines the direction between carbon atoms but a π-bond has no primary effect in this regard
Sigma bond is stronger than a π-bond so bond energy of sigma bond is greater than π-bond.