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What is the usual state of matter for covalent compounds? Ionic compounds? What is the smallest particle for each?
What types of particles are formed by covalent bonds?

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  1. We'll be glad to review your thoughts.

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  2. Don't colvalent compounds come in all kinds of state of matter?

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  3. Yes, they do, which makes this question a little confusing. It's a very broad question. That's why I want to see if Twilight lover has some thoughts on the subject or if this is just one of those "I wonder what" type questions.

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