Nonmetals burning in oxygen form covalent type compounds, as compared to metals which form ionic compounds.
Oxygen and chlorine are each elements, not compounds. They combined to form a number of covalent compounds because they are both nonmetals.
Yes. Sulfur and oxygen are both nonmetals. Nonmetals form covalent bonds with one another, and are therefore molecular compounds.
nonmetals; nonmetals and metals
Yes, copper does form compounds with nonmetals.
These are covalent compounds.
Nonmetals may react with metal to form ionic compounds (salts) or other nonmetal elements to form organic compounds.
Nonmetals form covalent bonds with one another, forming molecular compounds. Metals and nonmetals tend to form ionic compounds.
the metals with nonmetals
These are nonmetals.
Generally, nonmetals combine to form molecular compounds.
The nonmetals form compounds by sharing electrons.
Beryllium can form binary compounds with the majority of the nonmetals and metalloids.
Ionic compounds are metals and nonmetals combined to form a compound. KI= Potassium (metal) Iodide(nonmetal) Covalent compounds are nonmetals and nonmetals combined. NO2= Nitrogen (nonmetal) Dioxide (nonmetal)
Compounds between metals and nonmetals are predominantly ionic because there is a large difference in electronegativity between most metals and most nonmetals.
Metals form compounds very easily with non-metals.
No. Both oxygen and bronie are nonmetals. As a general rule, nonmetals will form covalent bonds with one another.
No. Chlorine and nitrogen are both nonmetals, and two nonmetals do not form ionic compounds with each other.
Nonmetals gain electrons in chemical reactions.
Yes, nitrogen can burn (combust with oxygen) to release heat energy & form other compounds (nitrogen dioxide, nitrogen oxide, etc)
Generally, metals and nonmetals combine to form ionic compounds, and nonmetals combine to form molecules.
organic compounds contain C; H and other elements they form bonds in organic compounds which are less stable as compare to their oxides so to achieve the stability they burn and form stable oxides with oxygen of air....
- many nonmetals are gaseous or liquids- densities are not high- hardness of solid elements is not high- nonmetals form frequently anions- nonmetals form frequently compounds with covalent bonds
Metals form bond with nonmetals to form compounds. The compounds can be either ionic or covalent, depending on the difference in the electronegativities between the metal and the nonmetal.
nonmetals because they are associated with molecular compounds.
Curium is reactive and can form compounds with the majority of nonmetals.