Ionic Bonding

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Making Ionic Bonds

Lithium is a nuetral (uncharged) atom. It has and equal number of protons (+) and electrons (-). Ions are charged particles. They are formed when atoms either give away or recieve extra electrons to make a full outer shell. Lithium becomes a Lithium ion by giving away and electron from the outer shell.

Example of Bonding

  • Lithium ion becomes positive beacuse it has more positive…


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