This is a covalent bond.
A bond between chlorine and bromine, Cl-Br, would be polar covalent.
A Covalent Bond because carbon and chlorine are both non metals and a covalent bond is between the electros of the nonmetals.
Sodium and chlorine form an ionic bond.
Chlorine can form both ionic and covalent bonds. For example:-NaCl- Here bond between chlorine and Sodium is ionic.HCl- Here bond between Hydrogen and Chlorine is covalent.
This bond is ionic.
Potassium and chlorine form an ionic bond.
The bond in sodium chloride is ionic.
Potassium and Chlorine form ionic bond. Potassium loses the electron and the chlorine atom takes it
It is an ionic compound. The bond between sodium and Chlorine is an ionic bond.
Yes, nitrogen and chlorine will form covalent bond as the electronegativity difference between nitrogen and chlorine is below 1.7
I think neon is a noble gas and won't bond with anything.
Calcium and chlorine form a salt, calcium chloride, which has ionic bonds.
No. Metals and nonmetals generally form ionic bonds. Lithium is a metal and chlorine is a nonmetal, so an ionic bond forms between lithium and chlorine to form the ionic compound lithium chloride (LiCl).
Carbon can form double bond, but chlorine will not form double bond.
No, they form an covalent bond.
Potassium(K) and Chlorine(Cl) combine to form Potassium Chloride (KCl). An ionic bond is formed between the potassium atom and the chlorine atom.
Only sodium and chlorine will form ionic bond. the other pair given here will form covalent bond
Magnesium is a group II metal and chlorine is a nonmetal halogen. So,Mg 2+ ( as the cation )and2Cl - ( as the anion )would form the ionic bond,MgCl2
because the electronegativity difference between hydrogen and chlorine is very large.
That's right, hydrogen and chlorine, which combine to form hydrochloric acid, form a covalent bond.
Potassium donates its electron in the outermost shell to the chlorine atom in order to form the ionic bond.
Yes, two chlorine atoms can bond, to form Cl2, which is the elemental form of chlorine.. The individual atoms do not gain or lose electrons but share them forming a covalent bond.
No. They will most likely form an ionic bond. Metallic bonds form between the atoms of a metal, such as gold or iron.
A covalent bond will be formed between these two atoms. As a reule of thumb, a two nonmetals will always forma covalent bond.
Chlorine can form both ionic and covalent bonds, with metals and non-metals respectively.