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Why is sucrose a covalent bond?

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The bond present in Sucrose is a covalent bond because sucrose is made up of Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen atoms which are all non-metals that share valence electrons; therefore they bond covalently, so that each atom will achieve a noble-gas
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