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1)What type of bond do you expect between N and C where the electronegativity of N is 30 and
that of C is 25?
a) lonic
b) Polar covalent
c) Nonpolar covalent
d) It is negative so none of the above
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1)What type of bond do you expect between N and C where the electronegativity of N is 30 and that of C is 25? a) lonic b) Polar covalent c) Nonpolar covalent d) It is negative so none of the above

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