How Many Bonds Does Carbon Form?

Answer

A carbon atom has four free electrons. It may form up to four bonds. . So for example carbon dioxide is a carbon atom bonded to two oxygen atoms, each of which has two negative charges.
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Each carbon atom can covalently bond with as many as four other other atoms. Answer is 4.
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Carbon monoxide (CO), a lighter-than-air odorless gas that is deadly to humans and animals, is made up of a single atom of carbon together with 1 of oxygen. CO is created when carbon-based
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A carbon atom can form 4 bonds. A hydrogen atom can
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Neon (Ne) is a noblegas, as such it already has a filled electron shell (8 valence electrons) and don't form bonds to other atoms. So zero bonds, it is happy all by itself.
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1 Additional Answer
Carbon has 4 valence electrons in its outer shell. This means that it needs 4 more to fulfill the octet rule. Carbon likes to form 4 covalent bonds with other atoms.
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