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Covalent Bond :Definition and Examples – Digital Kemistry

What is a covalent bond?

Covalent bond formed by the mutual sharing of electrons between the atoms.

TYPES OF COVALENT BONDS

Covalent Bonds on the basis of electron pairs:

Single Covalent Bond

Double Covalent Bond

Triple Covalent Bond

Single covalent bond:

Sharing of one electron pair results in the formation of single covalent bond.

Identification & Representation:

Example of Single covalent bond:

H2 ,Cl2 ,F2 ,CH4 etc..

Double covalent bond:

Sharing of two electron pairs results in the formation of double covalent bond.

Example of Double covalent bond:

O2 ,CO2 etc.

Triple covalent bond:

Sharing of three electron pairs results in the formation of triple covalent bond.

Example of Triple covalent bond:

N2 ,C2H2 etc.

Types of Covalent Bonds on the basis of Electronegativity Difference:

Polar Covalent bond

Non-Polar Covalent bond

Polar Covalent bond

unequal sharing of electrons results in the formation of non-polar covalent bond.

For example HF , HCl , HBr, H2O etc.

Electronegativity difference

Produce partial charges

Examples of Polar Bond:

  1. HF Watch Now : (Is HF Polar or Nonpolar) in Urdu /Hindi.

2. H2O Watch Now : Is H2O Polar or Nonpolar in Urdu /Hindi.

Non-Polar Covalent bond

equal sharing of electrons results in the formation of non-polar covalent bond.

For example H2, Cl2 , F2 , O2 etc.

Having  no electronegativity difference

Equal  sharing / charge distribution

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Covalent bonds Definition Examples and Types( Urdu /Hindi)

This video will help you in understanding the concept of Covalent bond with the help of easiest definition, examples of covalent bonds and also the types of covalent bonds. You will be able to understand the types of covalent bonds on the basis of electron pair sharing, Single Covalent Bond Double Covalent Bond Triple Covalent Bond along with definition and examples. Also discuss the types of covalent bonds on the basis of electronegativity difference ,which are polar covalent bond and non polar covalent bonds with definition and examples.

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