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  1. Caawiye Member

    A chemical bond is the force that holds two or more atoms together in a molecule. It is the result of the attraction between the positively charged nuclei of the atoms and the negatively charged electrons in the outermost electron shell, known as the valence electrons. There are several types of chemical bonds, including covalent, ionic, and metallic bonds. The strength and properties of a chemical bond depend on the types of atoms involved and the number of electrons involved in the bond.

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