A chemical bond formed when 2 atoms share 3 pairs of electrons is a ___ bond and described as a ____?

a) double, covalent
b) double, ionic
c) triple, covalent,
d)single, ionic
e) triple, ionic

Answer:
the ans is C...let me to give a short brief here...

they sharing 3 bonds...so is will be triple bond...
besides it aso mention that they are SHARING...remember that covalent bond is sharing of valence electron between non-metal atoms...

ionic bond is transfer of electron from metal atoms to non-metal atoms

when u understands this u will find that it is easy...
c) tripple, covalent
c
triple covalent!

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