It's covalent :)
i think it it covalent
Sodium sulfide has an ionic bond, and the chemical equation is Na2S
Na2S is the chemical formula of sodium sulfide.
Sodium and sulfur together in a compound represents a ionic bonds, because sodium is a metal and sulfur is a non-metal. The chemical formula for this compound would Na2S, and its name would be sodium sulfide.
its covalent and ionic
In this compound, there are ionic bonds between sodium ions and sulfide ions.
Are batteries ionic or covalent
cacl2 plus na2s equals cas plus
It is an ionic compound. But no compound is perfectly ionic or covalent. Even ionic compounds have covalent character to some character(polarisation).
is it ionic or covalent inorganic
ionic because its definitely not covalent
It is polar covalent, not ionic
Ionic and Covalent respectively
Sodium Sulfide or Disodium Sulfide
Sodium sulfide has an ionic bond.
ionic - Sodium Chloride Covalent - Water ionic - Sodium Chloride Covalent - Water
It is ionic compound, but maintains both ionic and covalent bonds.
Ionic doesn't have Carbon or Hydrogen. Covalent does.
Primarily ionic with some covalent character
The terms ionic/covalent are not applicable to crayons.
is ferrous sulphate ionic or covalent
Co2 is covalent compound. it is not ionic
There are two main types of bonds: covalent and ionic bonds. A covalent bond can be polar or nonpolar, but not ionic.
NO2 is covalent. Usually you can tell when a compound is ionic or covalent by the elements it is composed of. A nonmetal and a nonmetal with be covalent, while a metal and a nonmetal will be ionic.
metal and metal-----ionic metal and nonmetal-----ionic nonmetal and nonmetal-----covalent
a type of ionic compound called sodium sulfide
No. The Na-S bond is ionic. Generally, metals and non-metals form ionic compounds.
i used to think it was a ionic but then i found out it was a covalent
No, but the bond in sodium chloride is covalent.
Although it is ionic, it has covalent character.
is Na3p a ionic or covalent compoundType your answer here...
Ionic bonds and also covalent bonds
Assuming that the question is supposed to say "Na2S," that would be an ionic bond between Sodium (Na) and Sulfur (S) to make Sodium sulfite (Na2S).
Covalent; 2 non-metals bonded are covalent; a metal and a non-metal are ionic
Molecules can be ionic OR covalent, but not both. PbI2 (lead iodine), however, is ionic.
It id sn ionic bond. metal+non-metal=ionic 2 non-metals=covalent
A covalent compound is a compound in which its chemical bonds are covalent bonds where-as an ionic compound has ionic bonds
im guessing covalent compound It is inadequate to discuss about a telephone in terms of ionic and covalent compounds. But, plastics are covalent compounds.
No. A bond cannot be both covalent and ionic. A bond can be covalent, ionic or metallic. In covalent bonding electrons are shared, electrons are transferred in ionic bonding and electrons move about in a sea of electrons in metallic bonds.
Covalent bonds are nonmetal bonds , ionic bonds are metal bonds.So the ionic atoms form ionic bonds and the covalent atoms form covalent bonds.
Aluminium is metal and has metallic bond, not ionic or covalent
silicon is a metalloid so you can treat it as ionic and covalent
Calcium has both ionic and covalent bonds.
Amylum is a complex carbohydrate and as such it has covalent bonds, not ionic bonds.
CsBr is both polar and ionic, but is not covalent.
An ionic bond, covalent bonds are completely different
NaCl is ionic, but it is not a molecule. Molecules can only be covalent.
Ketchup is a mixture of many ingredients both ionic and covalent
is carbon an tretaflouride ionic or covalent compound
covalent compounds --------- It is inadequate to discuss about a telephone in terms of ionic and covalent compounds.