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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Ionic bond: contains a metal and non metal bond (oppositely charged ions) One atom loses an electron to form a positive ion and the other atom gains an electron to form a negative
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Ionic bond is when a non-metal takes the metals valance electrons so both atoms can be balanced. Take NaCl for example. Na has one valance electron and Cl only needs one to get eight
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An ion is a charged atom. It becomes charged when one atom steals an electron from another to fill its outer electron shell. The atom with more electrons gains a negative charge and
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Ionic: NaCl, LiF Covalent: NH3, CH4, NO2, SO2 Polar covalent: H2O, C12H22O11 (sugar = sucrose) Metallic: Cu, Ca.
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