can two carbon atoms form a molecule by sharing their 4 valence electrons with each other so that they complete their octet?
Asked by GAURAV PRAKASH23rd February 2013, 9:39 PM
Answered by Expert
There need to be one other atom then carbon to complete their octet ,because the maximum bonds that can be formed between two carbon atoms is a triple bond. And to satisfy their valency one more atom need to form a bond with them.
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