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Hello class today's lesson is about ionic bonding!
Well Ionic bonding is a bonding with a metal and a non-metal
But first what is ionic bonding?
Let's give an example shall we
This sodium is considered as a metal because it is an alkali metal.
So we have here is sodium or Na for short.
The charge of this metal in ion is +1
It is now called sodium ion.
This Chlorine is considered as a non because it is a halogen.
Next we have here is Chlorine or Cl for short.
The charge of this non-metal in ion is -1 since this is an anion
It is now called Chlorine ion or chloride.
The criss cross method is simple, we simply combine them then cross their charges.
For them to bond we must use the criss cross method
Since their charges are both 1 it is understood that we don't write the charges, because they cancel each other out.
This is also known as what we call table salt.
This is now called a compound. The name of this compound is Sodium Chloride.
And that is our lesson for today, I hope you all learned something today.
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