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Ion forms when a metal reacts with a non-metal
When does an ion form?
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Ions are charged particles formed when atoms or groups of atoms loose or gain electrons to obtain full outer shell
What are ions?
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Non-metal atoms gain electrons when they form ions.
Do non-metals atoms gain or loose electrons?
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Metal atoms lose electrons when they form ions.
Do metals atoms gain or loose electrons?
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The ions in a solid ionic compound they have a regular, repeating arrangement called an ionic lattice
How is the arrangement in a solid ionic compound?
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The lattice is formed because the ions attract each other and form a regular pattern with oppositely charged ions next to each other.
How is the lattice formed?
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Ions are charged particles formed when atoms or groups of atoms loose or gain electrons to obtain full outer shell

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What are ions?

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Non-metal atoms gain electrons when they form ions.

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Metal atoms lose electrons when they form ions.

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The ions in a solid ionic compound they have a regular, repeating arrangement called an ionic lattice

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