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Covalent Bonds

CAVA 302 303 S1U4L12 Covalent Bonds

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In covalent compounds the atoms [...] the valence electrons. In covalent compounds the atoms share the valence electrons.
A covalent bond does not involve the transfer of an [...] from one atom to another. A covalent bond does not involve the transfer of an electron from one atom to another.
Covalent bonds result when adjacent atoms share [...] electrons. Covalent bonds result when adjacent atoms share valence electrons.
One covalent bond is a pair of shared [...]. One covalent bond is a pair of shared electrons.
Covalent bonds form when [...]s share electrons. Covalent bonds form when nonmetals share electrons.
Many gases consist of two [...] bonded atoms. Many gases consist of two covalently bonded atoms.
Atoms that bond covalently form [...]. Atoms that bond covalently form molecules.
Atoms that bond ionically form [...]. Atoms that bond ionically form ionic compounds.
Unlike ions, molecules do not [...] when dissolved in water. Unlike ions, molecules do not break apart or dissociate when dissolved in water.
Atoms within a molecule can have more than one [...]. Atoms within a molecule can have more than one covalent bond.
Atoms can form as many as [...] covalent bonds with each other. Atoms can form as many as four covalent bonds with each other.
A double bond is 2 [...] shared between two atoms. A double bond is 2 pairs of electrons shared between two atoms.
A triple bond is [...] shared between two atoms. A triple bond is 3 pairs of electrons shared between two atoms.
most ionic compounds are [...] at room temperature. most ionic compounds are solids at room temperature.
covalent compounds can be [...] at room temperature. covalent compounds can be solid, liquid, or gas at room temperature.
covalent compounds have [...] melting and boiling points than ionic compounds. covalent compounds have lower melting and boiling points than ionic compounds.
covalent compounds are poor conductors in [...] state. covalent compounds are poor conductors in any state.
Nonmetals form covalent bonds with each other because they have similar [...]. Nonmetals form covalent bonds with each other because they have similar electronegativities.
some covalent compounds are soluble in [...] solvents such as water. some covalent compounds are soluble in polar solvents such as water.
some covalent compounds are soluble in [...] solvents such as oil. some covalent compounds are soluble in non-polar solvents such as oil.
ionic compounds are not soluble in [...] solvents. ionic compounds are not soluble in non-polar solvents.
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