Chemistry revision ionic bonding

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What does an ionic bond involve?
An ionic bond involves moving electrons between atoms.
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Where do electrons lost by metal atoms during the formation of ions come from?
The electrons lost by metal atoms to form ions come from the highest occupied energy level.
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Which of the statements below is correct?
Metal atoms form positive ions and non-metal atoms form negative ions.
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An element forms ions with a 2+ charge. Which group is the element mostly likely to be in?
An element that forms ions with a 2+ charge is most likely to be in Group 2.
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What is an ionic bond?
An ionic bond is a force of attraction between oppositely charged ions.
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The electronic structure of aluminium is 2,8,3. What is the electronic structure of an aluminium ion, Al3+?
The electronic structure of an aluminium ion is 2,83+.
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