Covalent Compound Definition

When a molecule is formed from the covalent bond, such compounds are known as a covalent compound. These compounds share one or more pair of valence electrons. The covalent compound is a result of two non-metals reacting with each other such that they are electrically neutral.

DND and water are examples of covalent compounds.

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