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How would you contrast single convalent bonds, double covalent bonds, ionic bonds?

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    covalent bonds are sharing of a pair of electron. A single covalent bond shares two electrons, a double bond shares four electrons, and a triple bond is the sharing of six electrons. ionic bonds are electrostatic interactions between two atoms, with one atom donating its electrons to fill the valence shell of the other.

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