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That greatset tendency to attract electrons in a chemical bond is the Chlorine
Chlorine forms a diatomic molecules and has the highest electron affinity and the fouth highest electronegativity of all elememnts of the reactive.
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Chlorine is the element that has the greatest tendency to attract electrons, which has an electron configuration of 2,8,7 and only needs one electron to reach the stable form.
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