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Simple covalent structures (think of water)

Simple covalent molecules are mainly liquids and gases. Water (H2O) is an example of a simple covalent substance. Think of water when you come across simple covalent molecules; this will make it easier to remember all the facts about covalent bonding and the characteristics of covalent compounds.

Simple covalent bonds create liquids and gasses
The married couple finally share a bath of water.
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