What Is an Example of an Ionic Bond?

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An ionic bond is formed when an atom gives away electrons or takes electrons from another atom. This results in a charged ion. These two ions will hang around each other. Sodium chloride or NaCl is one of the most common examples of an ionic bond.
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NaCl, NaOH, NaBr, KBr, KOH.
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Two ionic bond examples are sodium chloride and calcium chloride. It is when
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The energy comes from the polarization of water molecules that surround the resulting ions. The water molecules near the sodium cation will find it energetically favorable to align
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Ionic bonds usually occurs between a nonmetal and nonmetals while covalent is between a metal and nonmetal so you can create some of your own easily from looking at the periodic table
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