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What kind of element form cation after ionic bonding?

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  • Réponse publiée par: cyrilc310

    answer:

    1. B

    2.A

    3.A

    4.B

    5.D

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  • Réponse publiée par: cyrishlayno

    answer:

    1.A.

    2.D.

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  • Réponse publiée par: nelspas422

    answer:

    1.C

    2.A

    3.B

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  • Réponse publiée par: nicole8678

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    4.YES,GIOMOTRIC IS ONE OF THE ATOMSS STABILITY

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  • Réponse publiée par: kirbydimaranan

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  • Réponse publiée par: snow01

    answer:

    Metals form cations after ionic bonding because they completely transfer/give away electrons. 2. Non-metal form anions after ionic bonding because they attract electrons toward themselves.

  • Réponse publiée par: nicole8678

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    Q1. LiF - Lithium Fluoride.   LiCl - Lithium Chloride.   LiBr - Lithium Bromide.

    Q2. In general, all metals are electropositive. That is, they have a proclivity to lose electrons. As a result, they form Cation. Nonmetals, on the other hand, have a proclivity to accept electrons.

    Q3. Because nonmetals attract electrons, they form anions after ionic bonding.

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  • Réponse publiée par: tayis

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    Q9.Metals form cations, but before ionic bonding. An ionic bond forms from the electrostatic attraction between oppositely charged cations and anions. So the ions form first, then the ionic bond.

    Q10.Non metals generally form anions. They gain electrons during ionic bonding.

    Q11.Ionic bonding is supposed to complete its formation when the resultant energy change is favorable. The energy of the atoms after ionic bond formation should be less than the individual energies of the ions in order to form an ionic bond. If there is quite a big difference in energy change then the ionic bond formed will be stronger.

    Q12.Yes, Atoms attain stability after ionic bonding. In Ionic bonding, atoms may gain and lose electrons in order to have the same electron configuration of the nearest noble gas.

    Q13.Ionic bonding will take place when the electronegativity difference between a metal and a non-metal is equal to or greater than 1.9 eddibear3a and 119 more users found this answer helpful 4.2 (36 votes)

    Q14.No. not all metal-nonmetal combinations will result in an ionic bond. Only those with electronegativity difference of more than 1.9 will result to an ionic bond.

  • Réponse publiée par: JUMAIRAHtheOTAKU

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    1. Metals form cations because they completely transfer or give away electrons.

    2. Non-metals form anions because they attract electrons towards themselves.

    3. lons form after ionic bonding because this type of bond involves complete transfer of electrons.

    4. Yes, after ionic bonding the participating atoms attain the stable electronic configuration of the nearest noble gas.

    5. lonic bonding will take place between metal and non-metal with electronegativity difference of greater than 1.9.

    6. Not all metal-nonmetal combinations will result in an ionic bond. Only those with electronegativity difference of more than 1.9 will

    result to an ionic bond.

  • Réponse publiée par: taekookislifeu

    Explanation:

    MetalThe non-metal forms of Anion are being formed after Ionic bonding.Ionic bonds are formed through the exchange of valence electrons between atoms, typically a metal and a nonmetalAfter 'ionic bonding' the atoms are stable because the metal transfers its 'electron to the nonmetal' and complete its 'noble gas configuration; explanation; ionic bond, atoms exchange electron between two set of atom. In ionic bond a metal lose its electron and the non-metal gains electron.Ionic bonding will take place when there is a presence of metal (positive ion) and nonmetal (negative ion). It is the kind of bonding where in the negative ion easily gets the electrons of the positive ion. Thus, there must be an opposite attraction present (negative and positive) for the bonding to take place.No. not all metal-nonmetal combinations will result in an ionic bond. Only those with electronegativity difference of more than 1.9 will result to an ionic bond.
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