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A chemical bond is an attractive force that holds the atoms the atoms together in a molecule or compound. The element carbon in known to have the unique ability to from bonds with other similar atoms or atoms of other elemtents. This property of carbon has resulted in its having very large number of compounds. The carbon-carbon bond is also known to be very strong and hence stable.
Answer the following questions based on above information
Which two values are reflected in the nature of carbon resulting in its ability to from maximum number of compounds?


Solution

To values reflected n the nature of Carbon are:
Sharing (ability to share); nature to share and bonding with others.

Chemistry

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