It is an ionic compound.
But no compound is perfectly ionic or covalent.
Even ionic compounds have covalent character to some
CaSO4 contains both ionic bonds and covalent bonds. The bond between Ca^2+ and SO4^2- is ionic. The bonds between S and the four O's are covalent.
Nope. As soon as you see the symbol for calcium, you know an ionic compound is being formed.
The name for the ionic compound CaSO4 is calcium sulfate.
CaSO4 is an ionic compound because it contains two ions namely CA2+ and SO42-.
No. CaSO4 is a ionic bond. The Ca(2+) and the SO4(2-) are dissolved in solution and become the cation and anion shown above. The SO4(2-) is covalently bonded one sulfur to four oxygen's.
It's an ionic molecular compound
The net ionic equation is SO42- + Ca2+ CaSO4.
its covalent and ionic
Are batteries ionic or covalent
is it ionic or covalent inorganic
ionic because its definitely not covalent
lol ionic It's covalent :)
It is polar covalent, not ionic
Ionic and Covalent respectively
Ca2+(aq) + SO42-(aq)- --> CaSO4(s) is the net ionic equation.