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MEDAL AND FAN NEED HELP NOW Which statement best describes how two hydrogen atoms combine to form molecular hydrogen (H2)? A positively charged hydrogen ion and a negatively charged hydrogen ion form an ionic bond. A positively charged hydrogen ion and a negatively charged hydrogen ion form an covalent bond. Two neutrally charged hydrogen atoms share electrons in a covalent bond. A positively charged hydrogen ion and a positively charged hydrogen ion form an ionic bond.

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  1. anonymous
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    @Khirro Do You know?

  2. Photon336
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    Well molecular hydrogen has a covalent bond because electrons are being shared right? Between to hydrogens. It's also Nonpolar because the two atoms have the same electronegativity. And remember those are probably going to be neutral atoms of hydrogen

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