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Q: How are ionic and covalent bonds similar? A. both result in filled valence shells for the atoms involved B. both involve sharing electrons C. both involve the formation of anions and cations
D. both have high melting points
A: How are ionic and covalent bonds similar? A. both result in filled valence shells for the atoms involved
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User: How are ionic and covalent bonds similar? A. both result in filled valence shells for the atoms involved B. both involve sharing electrons C. both involve the formation of anions and cations D. both have high melting points

Weegy: How are ionic and covalent bonds similar? A. both result in filled valence shells for the atoms involved
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User: What keeps an ionic bond held together? A. gravity B. the sharing of electrons C. energy of valence electrons D. attraction between oppositely-charged ions

Weegy: Answer is :D.attraction between oppositely-charged ions- keeps an ionic bond held together.
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User: Which of the following two elements will likely form a covalent bond? View the periodic table. A. N and O B. K and Cl C. Li and F D. Na and Sr

Weegy: Which of the following two elements will likely form a covalent bond? View the periodic table. A. N and O
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Which of the following best characterizes a covalent bond? A. occurs when elements have opposite electrical charge B. occurs when elements have very different electronegativity values C. occurs when atoms have similar tendencies to attract electrons and share electrons between them D. occurs when atoms are of the same size
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Occurs when atoms have similar tendencies to attract electrons and share electrons between them-best characterizes a covalent bond.
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