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Q: The chemical bond that occurs from the attraction of two oppositely charged atoms is a(n) _____. covalent bond ionic bond hydrogen bond
A: The chemical bond that occurs from the attraction of two oppositely charged atoms is an ionic bond.
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User: The chemical bond that occurs from the attraction of two oppositely charged atoms is a(n) _____. covalent bond ionic bond hydrogen bond





Weegy: The chemical bond that occurs from the attraction of two oppositely charged atoms is an ionic bond.
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User: The atomic mass of an element whose atoms consist of six protons, seven neutrons, and six electrons is _____. A. 6 B. 12 C. 13 D. 19

Weegy: The atomic mass of an element whose atoms consist of six protons, seven neutrons, and six electrons is 13.
Expert answered|ivyleaf|Points 665|

User: Approximately twenty-five elements _____. occur naturally on earth are in the human body are in the periodic table of elements

Weegy: Approximately twenty-five elements are in the human body.
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