Asked by Harshita | 7th May, 2017, 12:04: PM

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(a) Chemical bond : A chemical bond may be defined as the force of attraction between the two atoms that binds them together as a unit called molecule.
 
(b) An electrovalent bond : Bonds formed between metals and non-metals are ionic or electrovalent bonds.
 
(c) A covalent bond : The chemical bond that is formed between two combining atoms by maual sharing of one or more pairs of electros is called a covalent (or a molecular) bond and the compound formed due to this bond is called a covalent compound.


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