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Question:

Which type of chemical bond has a covalent bond in which electrons are more attracted to one nucleus than another?

A Polar covalent bond
Explaination

A polar covalent bond is a chemical bond that has a covalent bond in which electrons are more attracted to one nucleus than another. A nonpolar covalent bond is a chemical bond that has a covalent bond in which electrons are equally attracted to both nuclei. A double covalent bond is a chemical bond that shares two electron pairs. A single covalent bond is a chemical bond that shares one electron pair.