How Many Electrons Are Shared between Carbon and Another Element in a Double Bond?


Carbon is an atom that likes to make 4 bonds with other atoms. It is known for making double bonds with another atom as well. There are 4 electrons shared between carbon and another element in a double bond. This is two from carbon and two from the other element. Carbon still forms two other bonds aside from the double bond.
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in ONE double bond there are 4 electrons being shared. for your example. O=C=O (each line in the " represents a pair of two electrons) or. O:C:O (each dot represents one electron
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