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Well, the two forces cancel out and a covalent bond forms where the potential energy is at a minimum
Water!? That's so cool. How do you know it's covalent?
Water is a great example of covalent bonds. Water has two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. The hydrogen atoms attach to the oxygen with this bond.
Wow, these bonds are so cool.
Low melting and boiling pointDon't conduct electricityUsually liquids or gasesBonds can be easily broken
We know ionic bonds normally form between nonmetals and metals, covalent bonds often happen primarily between nonmetals.
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