Which one of the following is covalent in nature?

A. Mg3 N2
B. Be3 N2
C. Ca3 N2
D. Ba3 N2


Correct Answer: B. Be3 N2

Detail about MCQs

The compound that is covalent in nature among the options is: Be3N2 (Beryllium Nitride)
Beryllium nitride (Be3N2) is covalent in nature because beryllium (Be) and nitrogen (N) are both nonmetals, and they tend to form covalent compounds when they bond together. In contrast, the other options contain metal cations and nonmetal anions, resulting in ionic compounds.

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