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Molecules that result from this bond do not dissociate in water because its atoms are not charged and, therefore, not attracted to the negative or positive ends of the water molecule.

H-bond
ionic bond
nonpolar covalent bond
polar covalent bond


I am thinking polor covalent bond?

polar covalent bonds- have partially possitive and partially negative poles

nonpolar covalent bond- they are generally hydrophobic and that causes them to stick together, they also don't have ions, and DO NOT become hydrated and thus are not soluble in water

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