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Chemical bonds are formed by sharing of atoms.

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When atoms combine by the sharing of electrons what is produced?

A covalent bond between the two atoms. It could be polar or nonpolar. That depends on the difference of the two atoms electronegetivity.


How does atoms combine to form molecules?

Atoms can combine by sharing of electrons (as in covalent compounds) or by the complete transfer of electrons (as in ionic compounds).


How do atoms combine with other atoms?

By sharing electrons in covalent bonds or by transferring electrons in ionic bonds.


How can atoms combine with other atoms?

By sharing electrons in covalent bonds or by transferring electrons in ionic bonds


When two atoms combine by sharing electrons it is a ionic or covalent bond?

sharing of electrons in atom-covalent transfer of electrons-ionic


How do atoms combine to form a compound?

Atoms combine to form compounds by either sharing electrons ( in a covalent compound) or by exchanging electrons (in an ionic compound.)


Is it true that atoms combine by sharing electrons?

yes , this is called expostulation



What determines how an atom will combine with other atoms to form a molecule?

Two oxygen atoms combine to form a molecule by sharing electrons


What do atoms combine?

Atoms never combine (except in nuclear fusion), what we refer to as combination is a sharing of electrons and thus a change in electrical charge.


A covalent bond between two atoms produced by sharing two pairs of electrons is?

A covalent bond between two atoms produced by sharing two pairs of electrons is a double (covalent) bond.


What are the two ways atoms may combine during bonding?

the atoms may combine by transfer of electrons and therefore forming the ionic bond or by sharing of electrons they form covalent bonds.


How do you combine atoms by sharing electrons?

Yes, that is called covalent bonding which is a bond formed from a shared pair of electrons.


What is the attraction in between 2 atoms when the atoms combine?

they were both Spanish Surrealist artists of the 20th Century. The sharing of each other's electrons. Atoms combine when they do not have enough electrons, or have too many electrons, to remain stable on their own, but can attain stability by sharing the electrons of (or with) another atom. The end result is a body called a MOLECULE.


How is a covalent bond produced?

by the mutual sharing of electrons between two atoms


A covalent bond occurs when?

covalent bond occurs when two atoms combine by sharing their electrons.



Do atoms bond by sharing electrons?

Atoms form covalent bonds by sharing electrons. Ionic bonds are formed when electrons are exchanged.


How may atoms make up one molecule of chlorine gas?

Two chlorine atoms combine to form a covalent bond by sharing electrons.


Atoms are held up together by sharing electrons?

Atoms are held up together by sharing electrons (covalent bonding) or by transfer of electrons (ionic bond).


When atoms combine what do they gain or lose?

They gain or lose electrons, while the atoms combine.


Are radioactive isotopes produced when atoms lose electrons?

When atoms lose electrons cations are produced.


What are the electrons called when atoms form molecules by sharing electrons?

Valence electrons are the electrons shared by atoms when compounds are formed.


When atoms combine interactions occur between their?

When atoms combine interactions occur between their electrons. In most cases they will share or give electrons to the other atoms.


What creates a covalent bond?

A covalent bond is a chemical bonding where two atoms combine by sharing electron pairs. The combination becomes stable because of the balance between attractive and repulsive forces between the atoms through the sharing of electrons. This is one way in which atoms chemically combine to form more complex molecules.


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