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What kind of elements forms cation ionic bonding?

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  • Réponse publiée par: cyrishlayno

    Metals and non-metals will forms cationic bonding.

    Ionic bonding is the attraction of positive charged atom (cation) and negative atom (anion) wherein Metals will form cation and non-metals will form anion.

    Octet rule states that:

    During chemical reaction, atoms may gain, lose, or share the minimum number of valence electron in order to have the same electron configuration of the nearest noble gas.

    Metals will lose its valence electron in order to have the same electron configuration of the noble gas having more protons compared with electrons making it cations.

    Non-metals will gain a valence electron in order to have the same electron configuration of the noble gas having more protons compared with electrons making it cations.

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