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Salt (Sodium Chloride)

Why is sodium chloride ionic?

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2014-12-09 18:49:41
2014-12-09 18:49:41

Sodium chloride (NaCl) contains the anion chloride and cation sodium.

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Sodium chloride is an ionic compound.

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Yes. Sodium chloride is ionic.

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Sodium chloride is an ionic compound.

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no its ionicNo, as with all sodium compounds the bonding in sodium chloride is ionic.

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Only sodium chloride has ionic bonds.

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Sodium chloride has an ionic bond.

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Sodium chloride has an ionic bond.

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Sodium chloride has an ionic bond.

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The ionic bond of sodium chloride is formed when chlorine gains an electron from sodium.

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sodium chloride is most definaltely an ionic bond

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