I am reading Fundamental concepts of organic chemistry by Dr. Anju Srivastava (12/04/2007).
It shows that carbon-hydrogen bond in ethane is 1.1 Å long, in ethene it's 1.08 Å, and in ethyne it's 1.06 Å. According to the book, it's clear that carbon-hydrogen bond decreases with increasing multiple bonds on the carbon atom onto which the bond is!
According to my understanding, the shorter the covalent bond, the stronger it is, and it's contrary to the fact that the hydrogen atoms in ethylene are more acidic than those of ethene and so is ethane. The more acidic the hydrogen atom, the weaker it is held in a bond.
Help please where am wrong, and also guide about the book concept.