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The covalent bonding capacity of an atom depends most directly on:

A) the number of unpaired electrons in the inner shells and the number of protons.

B) the total number of electrons.

C) the number of unpaired electrons in the outer shell.

D) the number of electrons in the outer shell.

E) the number of electron shells.
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