Chemistry
Rusche376
2020-04-25 23:03:00
Help Science Chemistry How do an ionic bond and a covalent bond differ? Question 1 options: There is no difference. Both an ionic bond and a covalent bond share electrons. There is no difference. Both an ionic bond and a covalent bond are attractions between oppositely charged ions. An ionic bond is an attraction between oppositely charged ions. A covalent bond is a sharing of electrons between atoms. A covalent bond is an attraction between oppositely charged ions. An ionic bond is a sharing of electrons between atoms.
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RockyPana460
2020-04-26 02:21:22

"And ionic bond is an attraction between oppositely charged ions. A covalent bond is a sharing of electrons between atoms"

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