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anonymous

  • one year ago

i will fan and medal Ionic compounds are formed when a metal bonds with a metal. a nonmetal bonds with a nonmetal. a metal bonds with a nonmetal. a metal bonds with a noble gas.

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    @elizadaniel

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    i think it is c

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    Hi, Are you good in explains ionic bond?

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    no :(

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    A chemical bond formed between two ions with opposite charges. Ionic bonds form when one atom gives up one or more electrons to another atom. These bonds can form between a pair of atoms or between molecules and are the type of bond found in salts.

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    Let us now eliminate the wrong! Can noble gases go to an ionic form?

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    no

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    so its not d right

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    Good going! What about metal and metal?

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    so it is c

  12. anonymous
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    Yes! you know it well :-)

  13. anonymous
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    Ionic compounds are formed from a metal and a non-metal. The metal loses the valence electron(s) to the non-metal, forming ionic bonds due to the electrostatic attraction between the cation and the anion formed (when a metal atom loses electron(s), it would become cation, and when a non-metal atom receives electron(s) it would become an anion).

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