Barium hydroxide.answered by jaydeep mahato
The compound formed when Fluorine and Sodium reacts, Sodium Fluoride, is ionic. Ionic compounds are formed when a non-metal, such as Fluorine, reacts with a metal, such as Sodium.
Barium chloride is the compound which is highly soluble in water.
This compound is barium nitrate - Ba(NO3)2.
The formula for the ionic compound barium chloride is BaCl2.
Lithium and fluorine react together to form lithium fluoride which is an ionic compound.
Ba + S ---> BaS (barium sulfide)
BaO and BaO2.
Barium chloride is an ionic compound which is soluble in water.
Sodium and fluorine will form an ionic compound named sodium fluoride with the formula NaF.
Yes. Barium oxide is an ionic compound. Generally a metal with a nonmetal will form an ionic compound.
Ba 2+andS 2-formBaSAn ionic compound. So, an ionic bond is formed in barium sulphide.
Barium chloride is an ionic compound.
BaCl2 is formed, barium chloride
Some basic information that I'm able to get from the formula BaF2 are: 1) The compound is composed of two different elements, Barium and Fluorine in the ratio of 1:2 2) Barium is a metal and Fluorine is a non-metal therefore BaF2 is formed by ionic bondings and it's an ionic compound 3) Barium donates one electron EACH to two Fluorine and the ions are Ba2+ and 2F- 4) BaF2 is a salt (metal + non-metal) 5) BaF2 has a giant lattice structure
Fluorine is molecular, but it is an element, not a compound.
ionic- Barium is a metal, and Fluorine a non-metal.
When lithium and fluorine react, they form an ionic compound - lithium fluoride (LiF).
Lithium reacts with fluorine to form an ionic compound, LiF. The rest all form covalent compounds
An ionic compound, Barium selenide or BaSe is formed, with the ions Ba2+ and Se2-.