Problem: Which of the following combinations of elements in a compound would be ionic?A)  barium and fluorineB)  hydrogen and sulfurC)  sulfur and oxygenD)  hydrogen and fluorineE)  all of these

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Which of the following combinations of elements in a compound would be ionic?

A)  barium and fluorine

B)  hydrogen and sulfur

C)  sulfur and oxygen

D)  hydrogen and fluorine

E)  all of these

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