In a Oxygen Molecule, Two Atoms are United by

  1. One bond
  2. Two bonds
  3. Three Bond
  4. Four bond
Manish Listener Asked on 4th June 2015 in Chemistry.
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    Answer: (2) two bonds

    RE: In a Oxygen Molecule, Two Atoms are United by


    Two oxygen atoms can both achieve stable structures by sharing two pairs of electrons.

    Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 6th June 2015.
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    2. Two  bond

    Gangesh Gupta Newbie Answered on 6th June 2015.
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