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16. In a coordinate covalent bond, both of the electrons in the bond come from the same atom. In a regular covalent bond, each atom provides an electron to make the bond. 17. Since bond dissociation energy refers to how much energy is required to break a bond, higher bond dissociation energies make stronger bonds. It’s almost a matter of definition. 18. Ozone bounces back and forth between the two forms diagrammed below. 38. The atoms in a network solid are covalently bonded in a large array (or crystal), which can be thought
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