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Disphosphorous pentoxide is held together by which sort of bonding? A. ionic bonding B. metallic bonding C. covalent bonding D. phosphoric bonding
Disphosphorous pentoxide is held together by covalent bonding.
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if three electrons are available to fill five empty 3d atomic orbitals, how will the elctrons be distributed in the five orbitals? A. one electron in the first three orbitals, none in the fourth or fifth orbitals B. town electrons in one orbital, one in another, none in the tird, none in the fourth and none in the fifth C. none in the first orbital, two in the second orbital, none in the third, one if the fourth and none in the fifth D. three in one orbital, none in the other four
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If three electrons are available to fill five empty 3d atomic orbitals, the elctrons will be distributed in the five orbitals as: one electron in the first three orbitals, none in the fourth or fifth orbitals
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Disphosphorous pentoxide is held together by which sort of bonding? A. ionic bonding B. metallic bonding C. covalent bonding D. phosphoric bonding
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Disphosphorous pentoxide is held together by covalent bonding.
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