Chemistry

For each of the following, enter the number of covalent bonds that the atom can form:

(A) One atom of carbon

(B) One atom of sulfur

(C) One atom of nitrogen with no net charge

(D) One atom of nitrogen with positive net charge

(E) One atom of oxygen with no net charge

(F) One atom of oxygen with negative net charge

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  3. 4, 2,3,4,2,1

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