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sydneyyy

  • 2 years ago

In a polar covalent bond, A. electrons are shared equally between atoms. B. a cation is bonded to an anion. C. electrons are transferred between atoms. D. electrons are not shared equally between atoms.

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  1. bp_f150
    • 2 years ago
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    D. electrons are not shared equally between atoms Therefore electrons spend more time within the orbital of one atom than the next. So one because partially negative and the other paritally positive.

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