polar covalent bond

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a: Polar covalent bond ~
b: sharing some sandwich at lunch

What: "Covalent bonds can be thought of as lunch time in the cafeteria. A nonpolar covalent bond is like your friend telling you that he will trade you half of his sandwich for half of yours, as a nonpolar covalent bond is comprised of an electron from each atom that is shared equally between the atoms. A polar covalent bond is like your friend giving you most of his lunch for a bite of your lunch, as a polar covalent bond has an unequal sharing of electrons. A coordinate covalent bond is like a person who sits beside you and eats your lunch, as this bond involves one atom contributing both of its electrons to the shared pair and the other atom contributes nothing."

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Writer: Licata, K.P.
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Date: May 3 2013 10:51 AM



a: Non-polar covalent bond ~
b: equal rights

What:

"Non-polar covalent bond is like equal rights because the atoms in non-polar covalent bond attract the electrons they share between them with ..."


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Writer: Gulten Sendura
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Date: May 26 2018 5:13 PM



a: Non-polar covalent bond ~
b: equal rights

What:

"Non-polar covalent bond is like equal rights because the atoms in non-polar covalent bond attract the electrons they share between them with ..."


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Writer: Gulten Sendura
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Where:
Date: May 26 2018 5:17 PM



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