anonymous
  • anonymous
Which pair of elements would be expected to form an ionic bond? (a). nitrogen and oxygen (b). lithium and fluorine (c). carbon and hydrogen (d). silicon and chlorine
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Li is a metal that helps?
anonymous
  • anonymous
lithium is a metal lol
NoelGreco
  • NoelGreco
Just compare the difference in electronegativity of the two elements. If the difference is greater than ~1.7, it's ionic. Look up periodic tables and electroneagativity on Google. If you have a chem book, it's in there too.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
ionic is typically metal+nonmental so left side of periodic table + right side of periodic table (elements)
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a

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