What are the types of the covalent bond ?

The covalent bond

Covalent bond

Covalent bond

The covalent bond is a bond occurred among the atoms of nonmetals through the particopation of each atom with the same number of electrons to complete the outer electron shell .

The covalent bond is a type of bonds that occur between two nonmetals , when two nonmetals atoms are interacting with each other , no one of each loses or even gains any electrons .

Each atom shares the other with a number of electrons ( from its outermost shell ) equal to the number of electrons it needs to complete its outermost shell , There is an interference occurred among both atoms , resulting in bond known as the covalent bond .

The covalent bond is formed by sharing of one pair of electrons or more , and it may formed between 2 atoms of the same element , The covalent bond is formed due to sharing of electrons between the atoms , and it produces the element and the compound molecules .

The covalent bonds produce element molecules between two similar nonmetals atoms , they produce compound molecules between two different nonmetallic atoms , The covalent bonds produce the covalent compounds  .

The types of the covalent bond

Covalent bonds

Covalent bonds types

The covalent bond has three types of the covalent bond which are single covalent bond , double covalent bond and triple covalent bond .

Single covalent bond is the bond which arises between two nonmetals atoms , where each atom shares the other atom with one electron to complete its outermost shell , and becomes more stable , Single covalent bond is represented by one line ( – ) joining the two atoms .

Double covalent bond is the bond which arises between two nonmetal atoms , where each atom shares the other atom with two electrons to complete its outermost shell with 8 electrons and becomes more stable , Double covalent bond is represented by two lines ( = ) joining the two atoms .

Triple covalent bond is the bond which arises between two nonmetal atoms , where each atom shares the other atom with three electrons to complete its outermost shell with 8 electrons and becomes more stable

The quantum numbers and principles of distributing electrons 

Chemical combination , Types of bonds ( Chemical bonds & Physical bonds )

Theories explaining the covalent bond , Octet rule & Overlapped orbitals concept

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