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Why is it that diomic molecules always form nonpolar covalent bonds

Why is it that diomic molecules always form nonpolar covalent bonds

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A Nonpolar Covalent Bond is created when atoms share their electrons equally. This usually occurs when two atoms have similar or the same electron affinity. The closer the values of their electron affinity, the stronger the attraction. This occurs in gas molecules; also known as diatomic elements.