Is epsom salt ionic or covalent bond?
It is an ionic bond.
Salt is not a covalent bond. A covalent bond is a bond between two gases, table salts chemical name is NaCl. Na is sodium which is a solid, and chlorine is a gas to salt would contain a ionic bond A salt in chemistry can be defined as an ionic compound that can be produced when neutralizing an acid. within (compound) cation or anion of salts may be covalent bonds as in Ammonium ion and…
ionic bonds (ie salt, NaCl) are stronger and not as easily broken are covalent bonds (sugar). when you heat sugar, the bond is easily broken. it boils at a relatively low temperature. salt has a higher boiling point because the bond between the atoms of sodium and chlorine is ionic. ionic bonds are stronger than covalent.