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What substance is NOT found in nature?

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To name a monatomic anion change the suffix of the element's name to

The electron geometry of a water molecule is even though the molecular geometry is bent

Is Dihydrogen monoxide an example of a nonpolar molecule

The number of pairs of electrons in a covalent bond equals the bond order

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