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superhelp101
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A carbon atom has a strong tendency to do which of the following? (1 point) double bond with electrons receive electrons donate electrons share electrons I said D 21. [08.05] Which of the following is a correct description of a double bond between two carbon atoms? (1 point) A double bond will produce four single bonds to form a tetrahedral shape. A double bond between carbon atoms will eventually form a ring of carbons. A double bond between carbon atoms is longer than a triple bond between carbon atoms. A double bond will quickly reduce to single bonds to create three-dimensional tetrahedra. I said C
superhelp101
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@Bozhena
anonymous
  • anonymous
Carbon share e, so D and, C.

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