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How is that in NH 3 molecule both the ionic and covalent bonds are present?????? Explain me the ans and gimme some examples 4 better understanding of the concept!!

How is that in NH3 molecule both the ionic and covalent bonds are present??????


 


Explain me the ans and gimme some examples 4 better understanding of the concept!!

Grade:12

1 Answers

SAGAR SINGH - IIT DELHI
879 Points
10 years ago

Dear student,

NH3 is a covalent bond. This is because, Nitrogen and Hidrogen have shared the electron.
The main difference between ionic and covalent bond is
ionic bond will donate or accept electron. Meanwhile, the covalent bond will share the electron.

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