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carlenstar281

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what type of bonding is this ?

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  1. carlenstar281
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    What type of bonding is Na+Cl NA + Cl

  2. halcy0n
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    Ionic bonds. They don't "share" electrons like in a covalent bond.

  3. suwhitney
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    That is an Ionic bond which is very stable and results in salt :)

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    Ionic bonding, very electronegative element + electropositive element

  5. Faris_Waleed
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    Ionic bonding happens when a metal give one or two electrons to a non-metal

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