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How are valance electrons involved in the formation of covalent bonds?





How do atoms in covalent bonds become slightly negative or slightly positive?



explain how attractions between molocules could cause water to have a higher boilling point that carbon dioxide.



In terms of electrons how is a covalent bond diffrent than an ionic bond.

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