why does most of the covalent bond exist in liquid or gaseous state
Asked by Tushar | 30th Oct, 2014, 08:42: PM
Covalent bond exist in liquid or gaseous state as they have weak forces of attraction between the binding molecules.
Answered by Vaibhav Chavan | 31st Oct, 2014, 10:38: AM
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