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Which answer correctly describes the difference between covalent and ionic bonds? A. ionic: transfer of protons covalent: transfer of electrons B. ionic: transfer of electrons covalent: transfer of protons C. ionic: transfer of electrons covalent: sharing of electrons D. ionic: sharing of electrons covalent: transfer of electrons D

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  1. anonymous
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    B

  2. anonymous
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    Sharing is caring, when it comes to Covalent bonds.

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    Under no circumstances do any type of bond transfer a proton to another. Transferring a proton would make an entirely new element.

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    With that being said, that only leaves one answer: That answer is D. Sharing is caring with Covalent bonds. Ionic bonds includes a bully so to speak.

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