The structure that results when atoms are joined together by covalent bonds is called a molecule.
its called a molecule
covalent because same electronegativity.
No as they are a metal and a non-metal joined together so are bonded ionically and are therefore a simple ionic structure.
It could be ionic bond, covalent bond or coordinate covalent bond.
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through bonds, such as a ionic bond, or covalent bond
Such a group is often called a "radical".
When sister chromatids are joined together they are held together by proteins, which make up the centromere. The two chromatids together make up a chromosome.
One oxygen and two hydrogen atoms are joined by a covalent bond.
more than one oxygen atom joined together by single covalent bonds
The molecules of the sugar-phosphate backbone in DNA are joined together by covalent bonds (known as phosphodiester bonds).
No, amide bonds, a specific covalent bond type.
compound or solution. he could be talking about a covalent or ionic bond
Ozone is an ionic bond by nature. It is joined by ionic bonds that pull it together.