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A Carbon Atom Is Most Likely To Form What Kind Of Bonds With Other Atoms?

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Carbon usually forms covalent bonds with other atoms. The covalent bonds can be polar or nonpolar depending on the electronegativity difference between carbon and the other atoms. These covalent bonds may be single bonds, double bonds, or triple bonds. Single bonds are made of one sigma bond, double bonds are made of one sigma bond and one pi bond, and triple bonds are made of one sigma bond and two pi bonds.

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