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Another example is electronegativity, as it increases it affects how electrons will act in a bond. If atoms are close in electronegativity they will equally share the electron and it will create a nonpolar covalent bond. If their is a big difference in electronegativity there will be an unequal sharing of electrons, causing the molecule to have partial positive and negative charges resulting in a polar covalent bond.
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