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covalent bonds are not as powerful as ionic bonds, as covalent bonds share electrons to create a polar atom in many cases. Electronegativity plays a huge role in creating coordinate covalent bonds because one atom is sharing an entire lone pair with another atom, so the atom with the higher electronegativity will take the full lone pair to create an octet and form a polar molecule.
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