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This is an ionic bond between metals and nonmetals.

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When electrons are transferred from one atom to another an ionic bond is formed.


The bond that is formed when electrons are transferred between the atoms of metallic and nonmetallic elements is an IONIC bond.


An ionic bond is formed when electrons are transferred from one atom to another.



when electrons are completely transferred from one atom to another.


A covalent bond is formed when electrons are transferred from atom to atom.



Ionic bonds are formed by transferring electrons, while covalent (molecular) are formed by sharing electrons.


Yes. Ionic bonds are formed when electrons are transferred and covalent bonds are formed when atoms share electrons.


I believe you are referring to the bond between atoms that have transferred electrons, and that is an Ionic Bond.


When electrons are transferred between two atoms a covalent bond is formed is known as an ionic bond.


ionic bond is formed by the complete transfer of electrons


A chemical bond formed between a metal and a nonmetal is also known as an ionic bond. This is when electrons are TRANSFERRED, not SHARED. The atom will give its electrons to another.




A covalent bond is formed. As opposed to an Ionic bond where electrons are transferred between the two.


It is formed when electrons are transferred from atoms of one element to atoms of another element, producing positive and negative ions


Static electricity is when there is either an excess (negative) or lack of (positive) electrons. If electrons are transferred onto another surface, for example by rubbing them together, a positive charge is formed, but if electrons are gained, a negative charge is formed.


The substance that results when electrons are transferred from a metal to a nonmetal consists of ionic bonds, and the substance's melting point also is high. When electrons are transferred from metal to nonmetal, ionic bonds are formed. However, when electrons are shared between two nonmetals, covalent bonds are formed.



Elements are formed from atoms. Atoms are formed of protons, neutrons, and electrons (sub-atomic particles).


An ionic bond forms when electrons are transferred between atoms.


Electrons are transferred when ionic bonds are formed.


Ions are formed. Positively charged cations are formed when atoms lose electrons. Negatively charged anions are formed when atoms gain electrons.


Ions are formed when electrons are transferred among atoms (gained or lost). The charge is determined by the inequal number of protons and electrons. A negatively-charged atom (more electrons than protons) is called an "anion." A positively-charged atom (fewer electrons than protons) is called a "cation." The electrons are located outside the nucleus, while the protons are inside the nucleus. Thus electrons are the charged particles being transferred from one atom to another and not the protons.