why unequal sharing of electrons takes place in covalent bonds?
Asked by anuj dixit3rd January 2012, 6:18 AM
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Unequal sharing of electrons takes place between the bonded atoms due to difference of electronegativity. Covalent bond formed between two dissimilar atoms having different electronegativity is a polar bond.
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