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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. 
  • Thanks for listening to our lesson. We appreciate your time and hope you learned something. 
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