coordinate bond

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coordinate bond (plural coordinate bonds)

  1. (chemistry) A type of covalent bond where the two electrons being shared originate from the same atom; a dative bond.
  2. (chemistry) One of the bonds between the central metal atom of a coordination compound and its ligands.

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