HourglassMage
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
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covalent bonding is like sharing of electrons.