Sodium selenide is a compound formed between sodium and selenium.
Na2Se. Please see the link.
A formula for a compound formed between sodium cations and sulfate anions is Na2SO4.
No binary compound between beryllium and sodium.
This compound doesn't exist.
Sodium and fluorine will form an ionic compound named sodium fluoride with the formula NaF.
The compound sodium bromide is formed by the formation of ionic bonds between sodium and bromide ions.
The sodium ion is Na+ and the oxide ion is O2-. Therefore the ionic compound formed between the two ions has chemical formula Na2O which is sodium oxide.
Table salt is a compound formed by reaction between sodium and chlorine.
Sodium chloride, an ionic compound, is formed.
Sodium and chlorine react each other to form sodium chloride, NaCl, which is an ionic compound.
Sodium sulfide, Na2S, can be formed.
An ionic compound
No. Both are different. Sodium selenide is an ionic compound by the formula Na2Se. Sodium selenite is Na2SeO3, a selenite is the analog of sulfite. Selenium is a nonmetal with the symbol, Se.
yes, Sodium Chloride (NaCl) is a compound, and it is an ionic bond (between a metal and a non-metal)
Common salt is a compound, formed from the reaction between sodium and chlorine, giving NaCl, sodium chloride, common salt.
This compound is sodium chloride (NaCl).