Problem: When electrons in a molecule are not found between a pair of atoms but move throughout the molecule, this is called ionic bonding covalent bonding polar covalent bonding a dipole moment delocalization of the electrons

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When electrons in a molecule are not found between a pair of atoms but move throughout the molecule, this is called

  1. ionic bonding
  2. covalent bonding
  3. polar covalent bonding
  4. a dipole moment
  5. delocalization of the electrons

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