Does chlorine and iodine make an ionic compound?
No. They will make covalent compounds as in ICl or ICl3.
Metals form ionic compounds with non metals. Fe is a metal. So it is likely to make ionic bonds with Cl.
Sodium chloride, an ionic compound, is formed.
No. Silicon tetrachloride is a molecular compound.
The ion for Potassium has a charge of 1+. The ion for Iodine has a charge of 1-. This means that in order to make the overall charge of a unit of a compound of Potassium and Iodine, there must be one atom of Potassium and one atom of Iodine. Therefore, when K+ and I- are bonded, they make the ionic compound of KI.
Aluminum chloride is an ionic compound because aluminum is a metal and chlorine is a nonmetal. When a metal and a nonmetal are combined they make up an ionic compound. Incorrect. Aluminium Chloride is covalent.
The resulting chemical compound of this reaction is a chloride.
First and foremost, Helium is a noble gas, and you would rarely find it forming a compound in nature. Only in a laboratory could you make helium combine, or under extreme conditions. Secondly, an Ionic Compound is one formed by a metal and non-metal. For example, NaCl is an ionic compound. Sodium being the metal and chlorine the non-metal. So Helium and Chlorine would not combine to form an ionic compound.
Calcium would form Ca2+ and chlorine would form Cl-. The ionic compound would be CaCl2 to ensure a neutral charge for the whole compound.
Table salt is sodium chloride (NaCl), and ionic compound of sodium and chlorine.
Strontium is a metal. Chlorine is a non metal. Sr donates electrons to Cl to make an crystalline ionic compound.
Iodine is not a compound. It is an element. Therefore, it has its own atoms: Iodine atoms.
This compound you have put down contains 3 elements. Which is zinc carbon and iodine. I have a feeling you meant to put down ZnCl2 because I do not think zinc carbon and iodine can all combine together to form a compound. So the two elements are Zinc and Chlorine
Potassium and Iodine
Yes they can form ionic compounds
Yes. Magnesium sulfide is an ionic compound.
Yes, aluminum oxide is an ionic compound.
Because sodium is a Group 1 metal and iodine is a Group 17 nonmetal, they will form an ionic bond to form the ionic compound NaI, called sodium iodide. The sodium atom will lose one electron to the iodine atom, forming a Na+ ion and an I- ion. The ions of opposite charge will form an electrostatic attraction called an ionic bond.
Chlorine, iodine and another make up the halogen triad. The halogens are: Fluorine Chlorine Bromine Iodine Astatine Doesn't sound like a triad to me.
because Na passes it electron of its last shell to cl and follows octet rule thus an ionic compound na-cl+ is formed
Table salt is a pure compound that has the chemical name Sodium Chloride (NaCl). Sodium (Na+) and chlorine (Cl-) are literally the two ions to make up this ionic compound.
Yes. Potassium and sulfur make an ionic compound called potassium sulfide with the formula unit K2S.
The electronegativity variance here is not great enough to make this an ionic compound, so nitrous oxide is covalent and molecular.
Usually metals make ionic bonds with non metals. Fe is a metal compound. So FeO is an ionic compound.
No, they do not.
Yes, common salt (table salt) is a compound. It's sodium chloride, or NaCl, and a single molecule is composed of one atom of sodium (Na) and one atom of chlorine (Cl). The two atoms form an ionic bond to make this compound.
Yes. One Sodium atom and one Chlorine atom make a compound called Sodium Chloride, more commonly known as salt.
An ionic bond is formed when a metal reacts with a non-metal to produce a compound in which electrons are "lost" by the metal and "gained" by the other component. The most basic example would be when sodium (Na ^+1) reacts with chlorine (Cl ^-1) to make sodium chloride (NaCl ^0) By gaining an electron, chlorine now has 8 valence electrons.
Chlorine gas is green. If you heat iodine to make iodine gas it is a beautiful purple. Gasses of several compounds are also visible.
No, an ionic compound needs an anion (negative ion) and a cation (positive ion).
It makes magnesium chloride.
It makes Zinc Chloride.
Chlorine can form both ionic and covalent bonds, with metals and non-metals respectively.
Ionic; silver is a metal and bromine is a nonmetal so they make an ionic bond.
Copper ions and bromide ions form to make an ionic compound, CuBr.
Fe 2+ and 2Cl - Make FeCl2 An ionic compound.
The zinc ion (Zn2+) and sulfite ion (SO32-) create the ionic compound of Zinc Sulfite, or ZnSO3.
A salt. The metal name comes first and the non-metal name gets altered slightly to tell you what kind of salt. So sodium and chlorine make the salt sodium chloride. I've just noticed that someone has also asked what compound 2 non-metals make... If this is you then a metal and a non-metal form an ionic bond, making it an ionic compound. Non-metals together form covalent bonds, or a covalent compound.
Sodium (Na) and Chlorine (Cl) make up this compound. They form an ionic bond between the positively charged Na and the negatively charged Cl atoms. Forming NaCl, aka common table salt. Interestingly enough, sodium explodes in water and chlorine gas will kill you, but when combined they are inert and your body needs this compound to survive.
Carbon and chlorine.
chlorine and potassium
Aluminum has a +3 charge(Al3+) and Chlorine has a -1 charge (Cl1-). The compound would be called aluminum sulfide and the formula would be AlCl3
yes it schould be
MgF2, an ionic salt
Rubidium metal would react with iodine to make rubidium iodide , according to the equation: 2 Ru + I2 -> 2 RuI
Chlorine is non metal by nature and na is a metal therefore both needs to stabilize thereselves since they make ionic bond.the reason of ionic bond formation is diffrence in value of electronegativity.
A formula unit shows the lowest ratio of ions that combine to make this compound.
No. As they are both nonmetals carbon and bromine will form a covalent compound.