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17 July, 08:14

Explain how a covalent bond is different than an ionic bond. Which type of bond is the stronger of the two bonds? Give examples of molecules that are formed by each type of bond.

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  1. 17 July, 08:38
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    Covalent bonding involves the sharing of electrons between atoms, and ionic bonding, ionic bonding involves the transfer of valence electrons. Ionic bonding is stronger. An ionic bond is Sodium flouride; a covalent bond is is sulphuric acid
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