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Which of the following statements about covalent bonds is false? A. The resulting compound has a dull appearance. B. The resulting compound can be dissolved in water. C. The bond can be formed
only between nonmetals. D. The resulting compound is a poor conductor of electricity.
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User: Which of the following statements about covalent bonds is false? A. The resulting compound has a dull appearance. B. The resulting compound can be dissolved in water. C. The bond can be formed only between nonmetals. D. The resulting compound is a poor conductor of electricity.

Weegy: B. The resulting compound can be dissolved in water.
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User: A solution with higher pH levels is more A. neutral. B. acidic. C. soluble. D. basic.

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