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If a molecule contains two carbon atoms and four hydrogen atoms, what can you conclude about the bond between the carbon atoms?

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  1. anonymous
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    A.)It is a single bond. B.)It is a double bond. C.)It is a triple bond D.)It cannot bond.

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    double bond. each carbon "seeks for" 4 bonds. if for every carbon two hydrogens, the two remaining bonds should be between the carbons - hence a double bond

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    ttom is absolutely correct.

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