The strongest bonds between atoms are covalent bonds. This is also called a primary bond or a chemical bond. This is the type of bond in which the outer electrons are shared.
If an atom of a molecule shares electrons with another atom, this is called a covalent bond, and is the strongest bond between atoms, ionic being the next strongest, and hydrogen bonds the weakest. Unlike the weaker bonds, covalent bonds will generally never break spontaneously or due to normal changes in condition like temperature or pressure.
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