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Why is carbon is considered tetravalent?

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TandraLeuhring

Carbon is tetravalent because it can bond with a maximum of four hydrogen atoms. The valence of an element is the maximum number of hydrogen or chlorine atoms that can combine with an atom of the element. ... The prefix tetra- means four, socarbon is tetravalent.

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