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In an ionic bond, nonmetals are most likely to A. gain electrons. B. lose electrons. C. share electrons. D. cancel electrons.
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User: In an ionic bond, nonmetals are most likely to A. gain electrons. B. lose electrons. C. share electrons. D. cancel electrons.

Weegy: A. gain electrons
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User: A similarity between the forces involved in both ionic and covalent bonding is that both A. involve the sharing of electrons. B. involve the transfer of electrons. C. involve the attraction of opposite charges. D. require the same amount of energy to break their bonds.

Weegy: C:involve the attraction of opposite charges
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User: When ionic or covalent bonds are formed, chemical compounds are created. Which of the following does not represent a compound? A. Na atoms B. NO C. CO D. CaO

Weegy: A. Na Atoms, because it is one kind of element, instead of two, which is what a compound consists of.
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User: Here are some examples of molecules: Cl2, CO2, SO2, and CF4. Each of these is related in that they're all bonded covalently. Which of these is a covalently-bonded molecule also? A. He atoms B. K2S C. BaBr2 D. P2O4

Weegy: C. BaBr2
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