Polar-Covalent Bonds: a bond between two non-metals where the electrons are unequally shared. -Jillian Charland

Polar-Covalent Bonds: a bond between two non-metals where the electrons are unequally shared. -Jillian Charland

Covalent bonds are the sharing of electrons to reach octet and ionic are the transfer of electrons from one element to another.

Covalent bonds are the sharing of electrons to reach octet and ionic are the transfer of electrons from one element to another.

ionic and covalent bonding animation: excellent explanations, also shows electron dot structures in this very good animation

ionic and covalent bonding animation: excellent explanations, also shows electron dot structures in this very good animation

Ionic and Covalent bonding are depicted in the picture.  Ionic bonds - is the attraction of a cation to an anion and is a weak bond that can be broken up in the presence of something more attractive.  Covalent bonds - formed by the sharing of electrons between nuclei

Ionic and Covalent bonding are depicted in the picture. Ionic bonds - is the attraction of a cation to an anion and is a weak bond that can be broken up in the presence of something more attractive. Covalent bonds - formed by the sharing of electrons between nuclei

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