molecules that are made up of two of the same atom have nonpolar covalent bonds. Which statement best explains this property?

A. The atoms have the same number of valence electrons.

B. No electrons are shared between the atoms.

C. One of the atoms transfers electrons to the other atom.********

D. The atoms have the same electronegativity.

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