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Which type of bond is formed between two chlorine atoms in a chlorine molecule?

1) polar covalent
2) nonpolar covalent
3) metallic
4) ionic

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    Why would you think anything other than #2? Two Cl atoms exactly alike can't have a polar difference between them, can't be ionic, they aren't metals.

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    polar

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