Problem: Determine whether the following pairs of elements can form ionic compounds.a. Nitrogen and Bromineb. Chlorine and Sodiumc. Sulfur and Calciumd. Manganese and Chlorinee. Sodium and Magnesiumf. Lithium and Fluorine 

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Determine whether the following pairs of elements can form ionic compounds.

a. Nitrogen and Bromine

b. Chlorine and Sodium

c. Sulfur and Calcium

d. Manganese and Chlorine

e. Sodium and Magnesium

f. Lithium and Fluorine 

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