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Ionic bonds trade electrons. They are non metals + metals. Metals give electrons to the non metal. Metals have a positive charge which is called a cation, and non metals have a negative charge called an anion.
good morning students, today we will be learning about ionic and covalent bonds!
Covalent bonds share there electrons instead of trading them like ionic. Both elements are non metals and use prefixes to the name
Covalent bonds are nicer because they share! Don't forget to share
Ionic and Covalent are both types of bonding. They both have a purpose of making molecules from stable to unstable. And one they've made the molecule stable both have the name of the molecule end in -ide
now im going to be talking about the similarities in both ionic and covalent bonds
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