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What is the difference of an ionic bond and a covalent bond?

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January 05, 2012 12:54AM

an ionic bond is when one molecule gives up an electron from its valence shell to the other molecule. In a covalent bond the 2 molecules will share electrons so that each of their valence shells are full.
okay so if your are wondiring this i was doing this for a study guied and i found this they are both are convalent but i dought this is it sooo what do u think it ould be ugly