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OpenStudy (anonymous):

true or false? The formation of a covalent bond between two hydrogen atoms results in a more favorable overall energy level.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

help

sam (.sam.):

H• + •H --> H―H

OpenStudy (anonymous):

so false

sam (.sam.):

Yes

OpenStudy (anonymous):

can u help me on a few other questions

OpenStudy (anonymous):

sam (.sam.):

Covalent bonds are for nonmetals only, which do you think the answer is?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

a

sam (.sam.):

You got it

OpenStudy (anonymous):

what bout this one

OpenStudy (anonymous):

OpenStudy (anonymous):

i think its d

OpenStudy (anonymous):

hbu

OpenStudy (anonymous):

hello

OpenStudy (anonymous):

@.Sam.

sam (.sam.):

Hold on

sam (.sam.):

Why do you think it's d?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

bc it is the smartest answer but im thinking c as well

sam (.sam.):

D is wrong, have you thinked what about \(ionic\) bonds were electrons are 'not shared'?

sam (.sam.):

C is incorrect as well

OpenStudy (anonymous):

a final answer

sam (.sam.):

Lewis "dot" diagram

OpenStudy (anonymous):

b?

sam (.sam.):

Lewis diagrams shows electron configuration for each atoms in a molecule

sam (.sam.):

VSEPR theory shows 3D diagrams

OpenStudy (anonymous):

u were wrong I was right the first time it was d

sam (.sam.):

I doubt it, ionic compounds do not share electrons, and lewis dot diagram drawings does involve in ionic compound drawings as well. http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/chemical/lewis.html

sam (.sam.):

I think this files in to the bad chem question of the day

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