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Chapter 11, Problem 11.6E
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What kind of bond between atoms is most prevalent among organic compounds?

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The kind of bond between atoms that is most prevalent among organic compounds is to be stated.

Concept introduction:

The atoms present in most of the organic compounds is O, C, N and H. These atoms form bond with each other and with other atoms through sharing of electrons. They do not completely donate their electrons to other atoms while forming bond.

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The atoms present in most of the organic compounds is O, C, N and H. These atoms form bond with each other and with other atoms through sharing of electrons

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