The elements of the halogen family are more likely to bond with lithium. Chlorine readily combines with lithium to form lithium chloride.
Li(I) lithium iodide is an ionic compound (salt)
Depends on your choices. Lithium does.
Lithium chloride is an ionic compound.
Lithium acetate (CH3COOLi) is an ionic compound.
Li2O lithium oxide, is a binary compound of lithium and oxygen and is ionic.
No, lithium, an alkali metal, and calcium, and alkaline earth metal, do not form an ionic compound. On their own, each is a chemical element, and together they are a mixture, or perhaps an alloy.
Lithium reacts with fluorine to form an ionic compound, LiF. The rest all form covalent compounds
Bromine (Br) All nonmetals except the noble gasses will react with lithium to form ionic compounds.
Lithium carbonate is an ionic compound.
Yes, lithium carbonate is an ionic compound with the formula unit Li2CO3.
Lithium Carbonate is the name for the ionic compound Li2CO3.
because the atoms of lithium are the type where they take any form easily and stick to other elements. Chlorine on the other hand is the element form of a noble gas, it doesn't mix. So when the lithium clings to the chlorine, with the chlorine being unwilling, then an ionic compound forms.
No, It is ionic. All lithium compounds are ionic.
When lithium and sulfur combine, they do so as Li2S (lithium sulfide). This is an ionic compound.
The ionic compound lithium phosphide would have a formula of Li3P.
Lithium phosphate is ionic as are all lithium compounds.
LI2SO4, lithium sulfate, is an ionic compound.
There are two elements in the ionic compound Lithium Bromide: lithium and bromine.
Lithium combines with chlorine to form lithium chloride which is an ionic compound.
Lithium nitride - Li3N
An ionic compound, lithium fluoride.
LiCl is an ionic compound called lithium chloride.
This compound is lithium sulfide - Li2S.
no it forms a compound
Lithium and fluorine react together to form lithium fluoride which is an ionic compound.