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Give me your valence electrons
This is boron stealing valence electrons from Scandium, taking them like it would be in an ionic bond.
Chlorine and Fluorine share valence electrons to bond with each other peacefully by sharing their electrons instead of donating or taking them from the opposing atom like in covalent bonding.
Here let's share this blanket
Hey there we're Sodium Fluoride we have bonded to form an ionic compound because one of us is a metal and the other a non-metal and also that we have an ion charge of either +1 or-1 these are what we call periodic trends
You see periodic trends are patterns that are present in the periodic table that illustrates different aspects of a certain element.
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