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CHEMICAL BONDS: COVALENT - SULFUR, BROMINE, SUGAR<br />
(2 of 3)<br />
Bond Formed By Sharing Electrons Between Atoms<br />
Covalent bonding occurs between two atoms of the same element or of elements close to each other in the periodic table. Clockwise from left: Sulfur, Bromine & Sugar

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CHEMICAL BONDS: COVALENT - SULFUR, BROMINE, SUGAR
(2 of 3)
Bond Formed By Sharing Electrons Between Atoms
Covalent bonding occurs between two atoms of the same element or of elements close to each other in the periodic table. Clockwise from left: Sulfur, Bromine & Sugar

Copyright:© 1990 Richard Megna - Fundamental Photographs

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