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How Are Covalent Bonds Formed?

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A covalent bond is defined as a chemical bond between two atoms or radicals. It is formed by the sharing of a pair (this is called a single covalent bond), two pairs (a double covalent bond) or three pairs of electrons (which is known as a triple covalent bond). A covalent bond is a force which holds together two or more atoms. It is formed when electrons travel between the nuclei of the atoms and are therefore shared.

A covalent bond is defined as a chemical bond in which a pair of electrons is equally shared by protons in two adjacent atoms. It is the combination of two or more atoms by sharing electrons. The purpose of forming a covalent bond is to achieve chemical stability under the octet rule. Atoms that form covalent bonds generally have outer levels of energy which contain three, four or five electrons. Covalent bonds are usually stronger than other bonds.
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A covalent bond is defined as a chemical bond between two atom or radica.it is formed by the sharing of a pair ,two pairs or three pairs of electron.
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Liljohn answered
A covalent bond is a chemical bond in which an atoms are held together by their mutual attraction for two electrons they share

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