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What is a bond called where electrons are shared?



A. Ionic bond.
B. Covalent bond.
C. Shared bond.

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Asked by Mrsbumgarner, Last updated: May 29, 2019

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Answered on May 29, 2019

Electrons are the particles that have a negative charge. Protons are the particles that have a positive charge. There are also neutrons which have a neutral charge. A lot of these particles are found in atoms and molecules. They do different things. The electron was discovered back in 1897 by J. J. Thomson. It has a mass of 9.109 times ten to the negative thirty-first power of kilograms.

It has a half spin. It was theorized though earlier than 1897 because Richard Laming and G. Johnstone Stoney and a few others speculated it in 1838-1851 and 1974 respectively. When two electrons come together chemically, they are bonded together. This type of bond where electrons are shared is called a covalent bond.

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mrsbumgarner

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Answered on Apr 20, 2018

Covalent bond.
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