When H+ forms a bond wit H2O to form the hydronium ion H3O+,its called a coordinate covalent bond because?

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A. both bonding electrons come from the oxygen atom
B. it forms an especially strong bond
C.the electrons are eqaully shared
D.the oxygen no longer has eight valence electrons
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A. A coordinate covalent bond occurs when one atom donates BOTH of its bonding electrons to the chemical bond [between elements]. :)
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  • Tanjina answered 3 weeks ago
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