An easy way to remember is HOFBrINCl.
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It forms one, yes. The element in itself is not a bond.
Hydrogen itself is a chemical element, not a bond. If you are asking about hydrogen bonds then the answer is no. Hydrogen bonding is an intermolecular force of attraction, not a chemical bond.
It has 4 valence electrons which can bond to itself in any of 3 ways: singly, doubly, or triply. Carbon is not the only element that is good at this: silicon and germanium can do the same.
The natural attraction element is the attraction of negative ion to positive ions. Carbon for example is able to bond strong with Oxygen, Hydrogen, and itself.
Carbon, nitrogen, and oxygen itself all have this property.
Carbon has a unique ability to form long chains of itself because the carbon-carbon bond is very strong and stable. This is due to catenation, meaning carbon has the ability to bond to itself primarily because of the bond energy between carbons.
I believe this is a metalic bond
Oxygen is an element, not a bond. It will form polar bonds with most other elements, though because it is very electronegative. However, when it bonds with itself as in O2 the bonds are nonpolar.
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A diatomic gas is when an element bonds with itself. Example: Hydrogen gas is a molecular bond between two hydrogens (H2)
A double bond is forms by the element O.One is sigma bOnd and one is Pi bond.
All elements have a property called "electronegativity". In any molecular bond, electrons are shared. A very electronegative element will keep the shared electrons closer to itself causing itself to have a slightly negative charge. This is a polar bond. Put simply: polar bonds occur between atoms of differing electronegativities.
what type of element are involved
This element is oxygen.
Sodium (Na) in itself is neither, since it is not a bond, just a lone element. However, in a solid/crystalline state, the Na atoms would form metal bonds with eachother.
That question isn't possible to answer, please refine it. No element is present in every bond.
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It can bond well with Fluoride or Oxide.
Nitrogen is not a bond; it is the single element Nitrogen.
ionic bond is formed.
Helium by itself is an element.