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28 August, 11:08

The carbon and oxygen in carbon monoxide (co) are joined by what type of bond or bonds?

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  1. 28 August, 12:48
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    Within the carbon monoxide molecule, the single carbon and single oxygen atoms are joined through a triple bond. This triple bond is comprised of a dative covalent bond and two additional covalent bonds. This forms the most chemically simple of the oxocarbons.
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