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Lithium and fluorine react together to form lithium fluoride which is an ionic compound.

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Lithium fluoride is the compound formed as a result of this reaction: LiF is the formula.


When lithium and fluorine react, they form an ionic compound - lithium fluoride (LiF).


Lithium will donate 1 electron to Flourine to help Flourine reach an octect... LiF.


The compound formed from lithium and oxygen is lithium oxide, with the formula unit Li2O.


The chemical formula for the compound formed by lithium and oxygen is Li2O, and is named lithium oxide.


The chemical formula for the compound formed from beryllium and fluorine is BeF2, which is called beryllium fluoride.


Lithium reacts with fluorine to form an ionic compound, LiF. The rest all form covalent compounds







Sodium and fluorine will form an ionic compound named sodium fluoride with the formula NaF.


This compound (calcium fluoride) is formed from calcium and fluorine.


The compound formed fromlithium and fluorine is named lithium fluoride. (As actually spelled, "litium" and "florine" are unknown.)





The formula for the compound between Lithium and Sulfur is Li2S because Lithium has a +1 charge while Sulfur has a -2. So for it to be stable, there needs to be two Lithium atoms attached to one Sulfer.


Lithium ion is Li+ and a bromine ion (called a bromide ion) is Br- and the compound formed from them would be LiBr.


CaF2. Calcium forms divalent cations and fluorine forms monovalent anions.


Li2CO3: Lithium is a monovalent cation and carbonate is a divalent anion, so that two lithium ions are required for each carbonate ion.


This compound is the hydrogen fluoride HF.


F2 is not a compound; it is the chemical formula for a diatomic molecule of fluorine. Compounds refer only to substances formed out of two or more different elements. This molecule of fluorine, however, represents just one element.


Barium and fluorine combine to form barium fluoride.



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