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A Covalent Bond because carbon and chlorine are both non metals and a covalent bond is between the electros of the nonmetals.

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What type of bonding exist between carbon and chlorine?

A carbon-chlorine bond would be covalent but chlorine is more electronegative than carbon so the bond would be polar.


Is carbon and chlorine have covalent bond?

Yes. a covalent bond is formed between carbon and chlorine.


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Is carbon Chloride a covalent bond?

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