Any metals in the reference table can form an ionic bond with a Br atom.
Sulphur and bromine generally form covalent bond and not ionic bond.
Possibly not as gold is not very reactive. If they did bond it would be ionic.
An ionic bond is expected between K and Br.
This bond is ionic.
Yes. The electronegativity of H is 2.20 and that of Br is 2.96. When H and Br form a covalent bond, there will is a permanent dipole because the electron density is higher towards the Br atom.
Rubidium and bromine react each other to form an ionic lattice.
Br- is an anion formed by bromine by losing an electron. Here bromine is not bonded to any other atom and hence there is no bonding here
Yes. Potassium is a metal and Bromine is a nonmetal, therefore they would make an ionic bond, as there is a complete transfer of electrons between the atoms.
Potassium bromide (KBr) has an ionic bond.
The cation,K +and the anion,Br -form the ionic compound,KBr==============Potassium bromide
no its not. its an ionic bond because it is made up of a metal, Cu, and a nonmetal, Br
ionic, because its made of ions (Na+ and Br-)
An ionic bond is formed with a metal (cation) and a non-metal (anion). Therefore, you can combine a metal, let's say Potassium and a non metal, let's say Bromine. K+ + Br- --> KBr (Ionic bond)
A bond between chlorine and bromine, Cl-Br, would be polar covalent.
The ionic notation for Bromine is Br-. It gains one electron to form Br-
Br2, bromine has a single covalent bond
We know that the alkali metal sodium (Na) will form an ionic bond with the halogen bromine (Br) to create sodium bromide (NaBr). The equation looks like this: Na + Br => NaBr
The N-Br bond should be predominantly ionic due to high electronegativity difference
Br is a halogen, which means that it has 7 valence electrons and needs one more in order to have a complete filled orbital. The H has 1 valence electron and needs 1 more in order to have a filled orbital. While another atom such as sodium bonding with Br would form an ionic bond, this doesn't happen when Br bonds with H due to the fact that the hydrogen atom is a lot smaller and its electron is closer to the nucleus so that it experiences a greater force of attraction to the nucleus. This means a greater amount of force required by the Br in order to "steal" the electron, which is more energy than is required for a covalent bond to form. Therefore, HBr has a coordinate covalent bond instead of an ionic bond.
Covalent. Nonmetals form covalent bonds when bonding with one another, whether they are both the same element or different elements.
Bromide means Br- so it forms only ionic bond.
MgBr2No, this compound is an ionic compound formed from the cation,Mg 2+and 2 bromine anions,Br -to form the ionic compound magnesium bromide.
Cobalt nitrate is an ionic compound.
The transition metal zinc (Zn) will form an ionic bond with the halogen bromine (Br) to form the compound zinc bromide (ZnBr2) according to this equation: Zn + 2Br => ZnBr2