Only sodium and chlorine will form ionic bond.
the other pair given here will form covalent bond
No. Both chlorine and hydrogen are elements. Elements cannot contain other elements.
Elements similar to chlorine will be located in the same group(17).
The majority of chemical elements (excepting noble gases) can react with chlorine.
Chlorine reacts violently with a large number of elements.
Chlorine is an element. Its atomic number is 17 on the periodic table of the elements.
for the most part, the elements in the same periodic family as chlorine would act the closest to chlorine. This elements include, fluorine, bromine, & iodine.
Chlorine is a chemical element and contain only chlorine atoms.
No cesium and chlorine are elements.
No. Oxygen and chlorine are elements.
a compound containing the elements chlorine and oxygen
No, nitrogen and chlorine are elements.
Nol. Oxygen and chlorine are separate elements.
Hydrogen, oxygen and chlorine are elements.
Chlorine and sodium are natural chemical elements.
Calcium and chlorineI think you mean CaCl2 (calcium chloride) and if so the elements are calcium and chlorine.
Sodium (Na) and Chlorine (Cl) are both elements. There is no such thing/compound as "sodium chlorine" Table salt is "Sodium Chloride" (NaCl).
Chlorine itself is an element. It is on the Periodic Table (of the Elements). It is made from protons, electrons and neutrons.
Chlorine does not from anions when bonding with other elements, but an example of an element that does is argon.
Sodium and chlorine
Barium and Chlorine
Salt is made up of two elements, chlorine and sodium.
Anything that is not a noble gas will combine with chlorine.
Chlorine = Cl Iron = Fe
Hydrogen and chlorine are chemical elements, not compounds