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31 March, 07:15

The electrons in a bond between two iodine atoms (I2) are shared

a. Equally, and the resulting bond is polar.

b. Equally, and the resulting bond is nonpolar.

c. Unequally, and the resulting bond is polar.

d. Unequally, and the resulting bond is nonpolar.

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  1. 31 March, 07:46
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    The answer is B.

    Explanation:

    This type of bond is formed when the electrons are shared equally between the atoms. This type of bond is termed as non-polar because of the electronegativity difference between the atoms is negligible.
  2. 31 March, 08:56
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    Your answer

    Explanation:

    The answer is

    d.
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