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Today in class we are going to be learning about the differences between ionic and covalent bonding.
Covalent bonding is when there is more than one pair of electrons shared by 2 atoms. for example, Carbon dioxide is sharing electrons and combining carbon and dioxide , CO2.
Ionic bonding is when an electron is removed from one atom and moved to the other.
An example of covalent bonding is a water molecule. This is an example because its 1 oxygen atom joined with 2 hydrogen atom.
An example of ionic bonding is table salt. Sodium and chloride ions come together to form sodium chloride or NaCl.
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