Anything that is not a noble gas will combine with chlorine.
Lots of elements can react with Al such as Oxygen and Chlorine.
Zirconium (Zr) can combine with a few elements. Some of which are: Nitrogen Phosphorus Boron Carbon Sulphur Iodine Chlorine
Potassium and Chlorine
Among others, sulfur, oxygen, and chlorine.
Calcium (Ca) and Chlorine (Cl).
Gallium combine with several elements as Hydrogen (GaH3) , Chlorine (GaCl3), oxygen (Ga2O3) etc.
Silver can combine with iodine,bromine,chlorine Nitrogen, oxygen, carbon, sulphur etc.,
Chlorine, Potassium, or other solids or liquids can make salts.
The elements of the compound TiCl4 are: 1. Titanium 2. Chlorine These elements combine to form a compound.
The chemical formula of magnesium chloride is MgCl2.
Sodium and chlorine combine to make the most common salt, sodium chloride. It should be noted though, that many different elements can combine to make many different salts.
Just about every element except for the noble gasses can combine with chlorine. Commonly it is combined with sodium (to form table salt) and hydrogen (to form hydrochloric acid)
Bromine, chlorine, iodine, oxygen, and hydrogen are the elements that combine with polonium.
Yes it does. Magnesium is most liekly to combine ionically with the group 16 or 17 elements, like Oxygen, Fluorine, Sulfur, Chlorine, etc.
The two elements that combine to make table salt are Sodium, Na; and Chlorine, Cl. Thus NaCl.
The propertys of the elements change. For example:both chlorine and sodium are highly reactive, but whenthey combine the form a compound. this compound iswhich alot of people eat everyday.
Form when certain elements combine w/ chlorine, iodine, bromine, or flourin!!
Known compounds with oxygen, hydrogen, iodine, chlorine, bromine, etc.
Radium react with water, chlorine, fluorine, iodine, bromine, nitrogen, oxygen, etc.
Probably, the elements have reacted to form an iodine chloride.
No. A compound does not retain the properties of its component elements.
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Sodium and chlorine combine to form sodium chloride (common salt). Please see the links for information about the properties of these substances.
When atoms of two different elements chemically combine, they produce a compound. Such compounds include sodium chlorine, hydrogen fluorine, and barium sulfide. Note that if the elements are same, the result is a polyatomic element, not a compound.