Mammoth Memory

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.

two women having a bath

The married couple finally share a bath of water.

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