Problem: Atoms with greatly different electronegativity values are expected to formA. no bondsB. covalent bondsC. triple bondsD. ionic bondsE. none of these

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Establish how to use the electronegative difference to determine the bond classification and determine which bonds are greatly different electronegativity

We will have to calculate the electronegativity difference of the elements forming the bond:

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Atoms with greatly different electronegativity values are expected to form

A. no bonds

B. covalent bonds

C. triple bonds

D. ionic bonds

E. none of these

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