Problem: Two carbon atoms might be joined to each other by the sharing of two pairs of electrons, forming a. a single bond b. an ionic bond c. a carbon bond d. a double bond e. a quadruple (4 point) bond

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Two carbon atoms might be joined to each other by the sharing of two pairs of electrons, forming

a. a single bond

b. an ionic bond

c. a carbon bond

d. a double bond

e. a quadruple (4 point) bond

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