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I'm afraid this is the wrong subject, hun. :)
I am aware :) Its just science related subjects are ghost towns, and I figured at least one person wouldnt mind helping me.. Sorry if I caused trouble
It's alright. :) Lucky for you, I have a love for science.
A covalent compund is the bonding between non-metals.
Yes, Ma'am / Sir.
sir XD Marlene is my girlfriend, I am Tylo
You can actually learn quite a lot about the covelant compounds if you look up "The wave theory"
Nice to meet you Tylo! :)
Welcome to Openstudy by the way.
Do you mind helping with one more?
The compound MgF is: metallic compound.?? covalent compound. ionic compound. element.
Well, do you know what happens when a bond creates between a metal and a nonmetal?
Magnesium is a metal, and Fluorine is a non-metal.
They form an ionic compound?
ionic BOND i meant
Yes, sir. Good job! :)
so C again?
It's actually MgF2, instead of MgF though, MgF does not exist :)
ok!! Thank you for the help :)
Is salt an ionic compound??
Most salts are Ionic but not all.
well the question asks about salt, in general I guess.
I would say yes. Salts are usually made up of ions, not molecules.
thank you!!! :0)
They are mostly made up of Cations and Anions, which is positively charges Ions and negative charged.
I misread the first question, thanks to @peachpi for pointing that out! :)
Tylo you there? :/
The first question is wrong.
oh it says NOT a characteristic
do u think it would be D?
It is D) Electrons do not transfer, they are shared.
Don't forget to close the question! :)
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Wait I just want you to help me with this one: What type of compound is almost always found as a solid? Covalent Ionic Nuclear Metallic<< I think this is it??
It is Ionic.
Most would think it is Metallic :)
aww i got metallic...
@thegreatfool Ionics have tight bonds.