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TaeCeline

  • one year ago

In a molecule of water, how many electrons are shared between each hydrogen atom and an oxygen atom?

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    2 atoms are shared

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    a covalent bond is (in all the molecules you will encounter in high school) made by sharing 2 electrons.

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