Sodium and potassium can form ionic compounds, for example with halogens.
There is a bond in sodium chloride. It is a ionic bond.
Yes, they form an ionic bond.
because potassium is the total opposite of ionic bond
Potassium and fluorine will form an ionic bond
Potassium and sulfur will form potassium sulfide, K2S, which is ionic in nature.
No; if mixed together, they would form metallic bonds (as they are both metals).
Oh yes, potassium and chlorine form an ionic bond.
It is an ionic compound. The bond between sodium and Chlorine is an ionic bond.
Potassium and bromine will form an ionic bond.
It will be an Ionic Bond.
Yes, all sodium compounds are ionic.
Sodium chloride has an ionic bond.
Sodium can form an ionic bond, but sodium (Na) is an element from the alkali metals group.
Potassium and chlorine form an ionic bond.
Yes, sodium chloride has ionic bonds.
Potassium has a chloride mixture which makes it so sodium interacts easily with it to form the bond
Sodium and chlorine form an ionic bond.
The bond in sodium chloride is ionic.
Ionic The cation, Na + and the anion Cl - form the ionic bond, sodium chloride.
Ionic, chlorine does not share any electrons with sodium to form a bond.
Sodium sulfide has an ionic bond.
No, it is an IONIC BOND; chlorine does not share any electrons with sodium to form a bond.
The ionic bond between potassium and nitrate ions.
Generally a metal with a nonmetal forms an ionic bond. Sodium is a metal and bromine is a nonmetal, so they will form an ionic bond, forming the compound sodium bromide, NaBr.