It is the form of the element chlorine with a suffix to show that it is in a ionic compound.
Sodium chlorine is an ionic compound. NaCl
Chlorine (Cl2) is not an ionic compound. It is a covalently bonded element. Chlorine can form ionic compounds like NaCl (Sodium Chloride) or CaCl2 (Calcium Chloride) but is not itself an ionic compound.
ionic and covalent
Sodium (Na) reacts with chlorine to form sodium chloride (NaCl), which is an ionic substance
The element chlorine at standard temperature and pressure is molecular and has the formula Cl2.
Yes, the elements potassium and chlorine will react--very vigorously--to form the ionic compound potassium chloride.
Sodium and chlorine
chlorine forms ionic compounds with metals and covalent compounds with non-metals.
In ionic chlorine compounds, the ionic charge of chlorine is -1.
No, it is an ionic compound of Sodium and Chlorine. NaCl. Sodium Chloride.
sodium chloride is compound. it is ionic in nature.
Chlorine, Cl2 is covalent. Any molecules which consist of two atoms of the same element must be covalent. In compounds with other elements chlorine can form ionic or covalent compounds.
Depends on your choices. Lithium does.
None - however Chlorine, (Cl) when in the ionic state Cl- does.
Well,Covalent means: nonmetal bonded with a nonmetal. Ionic: Metal bonded with a nonmetalSo technically it cant be either unless you add another element to the equation But chlorine is a gas!
Calcium is a metal element while chlorine is a non metal. The difference between the electron negativities of the elements is more than 2.1. So they form ionic bonds.
This would be an ionic bond. The element with 11 protons would be sodium. The element with 17 protons would be chlorine. Sodium Chloride which is ionic would be the result.
The resulting chemical compound of this reaction is a chloride.
Chlorine and sodium combine to produce the ionic compound sodium chloride.