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Ethane (CH3—CH3) is an example of a compound having a single bond between 2 carbon atoms. Each carbon atom in ethane forms 4 bonds: 1 to a carbon atom and 3 to each of the attached hydrogen atoms. A single covalent bond containing 2 shared electrons is also called a sigma (σ) bond.