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In an hydrogen chloride molecule, hydrogen and chlorine atoms are held by a double bond.
  1. True
  2. False


Solution

The correct option is B False
Hydrogen has one electron and chlorine has seven electrons in the outermost shell. In order to attain stability, they both share one electron each forming a hydrogen chloride molecule. So, one covalent bond is formed between the atoms of hydrogen and chlorine.

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