An ionic bond will form. Covalent bond, however, is when the two atoms share electrons when they bond.
An anion, or negative ion is formed when an element gains electrons.
If by transfer you mean that one atom gains the electrons that another atom loses, it is called an ionic bond.
Atoms are neutral species containing protons and neutrons in the nucleus and electrons in the orbitals (or shells). Ions are formed when an atom gains or loses electrons. If an atom gains electrons, then negatively charged ions called anions are formed. If an atom loses electrons, then positively charged ions called cations are formed.
An ions is formed when an atom gains or loses electrons.
An ionic bond is formed.
When an atom gains electrons, negatively charged anions are formed. When an atom loses electrons, positively charged cations are formed.
It gains one or more electrons.
An ion is formed when an atom gains or loses an electrons or electrons. If it gains an electron, it becomes an anion, and if it loses an electron it becomes a cation.
In chemical reaction nitrogen generally gains electrons.
Ions are formed when an atom gains or loses electrons. When an atom loses electrons the Ion that is formed has a positive charge.
Cations are positive ions, so an atom is supposed to lose electrons to become a cation. Anions are formed when an atom gains electrons.
Negatively charged anions are formed.
positive and negative ions
Electrons (Ions are formed when a neutral atom gains or loses electrons.)
Ions formed when a atom gains or loses electrons. An atom that has either a positive or negative charge is known as an ion.
Sulfide ion is formed when the sulfur atom gains two electrons from an external atom.
That depends on the reaction, and the gain of electrons is refereed to as reduction.
A positive ion is formed when atoms lose electrons. When a cell gains an electron it becomes negative
Ions are charged species that are formed when an atom gains or loses electrons. Cations (positive charged ions) are formed when atoms lose electrons. Anions (negative charged ions) are formed when atoms gain electrons.
no, it happens when iron loses 3 electrons
IT gains, looses, or shares outer electrons.
If atoms gain electrons, negatively charged anions are formed. If atoms lose electrons, positively charged cations are formed.
Yes. When you gain electrons, you have a negative charge (anion). When you lose electrons, you have a positive charge (cation)
An atomic bond forms between the atom that lost the electron(s) and the atom (or molecule) that it lost the electron to.
The ion given is formed when the neutral arsenic atom gains three electrons.