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Which of the following pairs of elements would most likely form a salt? O and N Ca and Mg Cl and Li H and He @Biology

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ca and mg
or cl and li
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calcium and magnesium
to form salt you need a metal and an non metal Li (lithium is a metal) and Cl (chlorine) is an non metal So Cl and Li is your answer
NOTE: Calcium and Magnesium (Ca, Mg) are both metals. Two metals will not form a salt without some non-metal as well

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