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What are the single covalent bonds that carbon can form?

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A carbon atom can form a single covalent bond with most basic element, that is to say, most of the ones on the extreme right and left sides of the Periodic Table. Carbon can bond with: - Itself (C) - Potassium (K) - Chlorine (Cl) - Nitrogen (N) *NOTE* Although this CAN form a single bond, it most likely will result in a double or triple bond - Oxygen ( O, Ditto Nitrogen) - Hydrogen (H, Ditto Nitrogen and Oxygen)

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