The element sulfur (s) is most likely to form covalent bonds with the element
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The element that is mostly likely to form covalent bonds with Sulfur is Oxygen ( O)
Covalent bond is bond that involves the sharing of electrons pairs between atoms. Mostly a covalent bond is formed when two non metals react. for example when S react with O2 to form SO2 a covalent bond is formed since each oxygen atom share two valence electrons with sulfur.Helium is inert therefore it does not react with Sulfur.Magnesium and Zinc are metal and react with sulfur to form an ionic bond.
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