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Ionic compounds
Updated: 9/22/2020
Ionic compounds
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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
  • Na 
  • 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.
  • Cl
  • 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.
  • Na Cl
  • 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.
  • NaCl
  • This is also known as what we call table salt.
  • This is now called a compound. The name of this compound is Sodium Chloride.
  • NaCl
  • And that is our lesson for today, I hope you all learned something today.
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