Which statement best explains the difference between covalent and ionic bonds?
Covalent bonds are created by shared electrons, while ionic bonds are created by shared neutrons.
Atoms share electrons in covalent bonds and gain or lose electrons in ionic bonds.
Only isotopes can make covalent bonds, whereas any type of atom can create an ionic bond.
Atoms gain electrons in covalent bonds and lose electrons in ionic bonds.
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