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Reducing Agent Boron trihydride (B H 3 ) is used as

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Reducing Agent Boron trihydride (B H 3 ) is used as reducing agent in organic chemistry. Explain why B H 3 often forms coordinate covalent bonds with other molecules.

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January 20, 2016 General Chemistry ll Ch. 9 Ionic Bonding Types of Bonds Types of Atoms Characteristic of Bond Ionic Metal & NonMetal Electrons transferred Covalent Nonmetal & Nonmetal Electrons shared Metallic Metal & Metal Electrons pooled Ionic Bond: When Metal and Nonmetal bond, electrons from metal get TRANSFERRED to nonmetal making the metal atom a cation (ion with more protons than electrons; positive ion) and the nonmetal ion becomes an anion (ion with more el

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Author: McGraw-Hill Education
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