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A phosphorus atom and a chlorine atom are likely to form a covalent bond because both elements: (a) are nonmentals (b) have low electronegativity values (c) have equal "pull" on shared electrons (d) lack valence electrons PLEASE HELP!! I WILL MEDAL AND FAN!!
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@abb0t
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@ParthKohli
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Log One: No response to my multiple distress calls....ship slowly sinking...we may...not...be able to get full points on this one. Morale is low.
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hey i finally made it......lol and i can help
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  • anonymous
AY!! We're saved!! :D
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lol :)
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c is the correct answer :D
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thnx! :D
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welcome and remember to close the question lol talk tomorrow
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covalent bonding is like sharing of electrons.

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