substances such as sodium and chlorine for ionic compounds basically it is neutral elements that form ionic compounds
they form elements
Ionic compounds do not form between nonmetallic elements. Nonmetallic elements form covalent bonds, and form molecular compounds. Ionic compounds are generally formed by metals and nonmetals.
ionic compounds form between metals and non-metals.
Most of the metals tend to form the ionic compounds. compounds of s-block elements are most ionic. Also, non-metals mostly halogens form ionic compounds.
Nonmetals form covalent bonds with one another, forming molecular compounds. Metals and nonmetals tend to form ionic compounds.
metal and non metal elements
Elements make bonds to form compounds. These bonds can be ionic or covalent. Elements share electrons to form bonds.
both are elements. but both form ionic compounds
ionic compounds are made up of elements that form ions. It could be either cation or anion
Yes. These two elements alone will form ionic sodium sulfide, and together with oxygen they can form several other ionic compounds such as Na2SO4.
All metals combine to form ionic compounds.Group 1(except hydrogen),2-12, all elements form ionic compounds.then Group 13 (except Boron), Group 14-tin and lead and Group 15 Bismuth only.The above mentioned group elements form ionic compounds.
Ionic compounds only occur between a nonmetal and metal, also Halogens and The Carbon Family do not form Ionic bonds.
The elements that generally form ionic bonds are the metals and nonmetals.
Nonmetals may react with metal to form ionic compounds (salts) or other nonmetal elements to form organic compounds.
The combining of elements to form compounds through a shift of electronic structure. (ionic bonding)
A metal and a nonmetal.
Elements can form compounds by sharing electrons, forming molecular compounds, or by transferring electrons from one element to another, forming ionic compounds.
- If you think only to isolated elements all these elements can form polyatomic compounds.- Calcium and sodium form ionic compounds.- H, N, O, Cl can form ionic or covalent compouds.
They can form ionic compounds with halogens.
Compounds are formed by ionic or covalent bonds between atoms.
Argon is chemically inert due to the presence of completely filled orbitals. It does not react with other elements and hence does not form ionic or covalent compounds at STP.
highly electropositive elements react with highly electronegative elements to form ionic compounds. The former forms cations and the latter forms anions and the force of attraction between the positively charged cation and the negatively charged anion is the ionic bond.
Elements form ionic or covalent compounds depending upon their valency. for example :- All metals form ionic compounds generally as they are easily able to loose their electrons. Many non-metals gain these electrons and form ionic compound with the metals. But many non-metals form covalent compounds by sharing their valence electrons with other non-metals. Most prominent being the carbon atom. Its very difficult for a carbon atom to gain or loose four electrons in its valence shell to form ionic compounds. So, it forms covalent compounds by sharing its four electrons with other elements.