Problem: What type of bond joins the carbon atom to each of the hydrogen atoms?a. double (nonpolar) covalentb. single (nonpolar) covalentc. polar covalentd. ionice. hydrogen

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We are asked to identify the type of bonds joining Carbon and Hydrogen (given an illustration).


Step 1: Inspect the molecule in terms of the type of elements involved and the number of bonds formed.

Step 2: Identify the type of bond.


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What type of bond joins the carbon atom to each of the hydrogen atoms?

a. double (nonpolar) covalent

b. single (nonpolar) covalent

c. polar covalent

d. ionic

e. hydrogen

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