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Explain why the covalent bonds in molecules of elements are always nonpolar.

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    The covalent bonds in molecules of elements are always nonpolar because for example the carbon oxygen double bonds are directly opposite of each other and there is an equal pull on the electrons from opposite directions, so the pull cancels out and the molecule as a whole is nonpolar.

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