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Which of the following statements is false? Group of answer choices Covalent bonding occurs between atoms with a zero or small difference in electronegativity. One covalent bond results from the sharing of three valence electrons. Sharing pairs of valence electrons occur to result in full valence shells (typically 8 electrons). Each atom has valence electrons that can be used for bonding. Core electrons are not involved in covalent bonding.