Chemistry. Ionic bonding

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Ions
Atoms can lose or gain elctrons in order to hve a full outer energy level. They then become charged oartcals called ions
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Metals
lose electrons , form positive ions (cations)
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Non-metals
gain electrons , form negative ions (anions)
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Ionic bonding 1
Metals transfer electons to non-metals to form anions and cations.
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Ionic bonding 2
anions and cations are oppositly charged
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Ionic bonding 3
so that means they are attracted to eachother
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Ionic bonding 4
this attraction forms an ionic bond
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Ionic bonding 5
Ionic bonds are strong
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E.G. of Ionic Compounds.
NaCl - sodium Chloride. LiCl - lithium chloride
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lose electrons , form positive ions (cations)

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Non-metals

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Ionic bonding 1

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Ionic bonding 2

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