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Which type of bonding is present in a sample of an element that is malleable?

Ronald Miller

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Eric Morgan on January 18, 2018

The question should be accompanied by the options. I manage to check the options of other sources. Please see below:(1) ionic(2) metallic (3) nonpolar covalent (4) polar covalentThe type of bonding is present in a sample of an element that is malleable is metallic .


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