Chemistry Practice Problems Ionic and Covalent Bonds Practice Problems Solution: The definitive distinction between ionic bonding a...

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Solution: The definitive distinction between ionic bonding and covalent bonding is that A. ionic bonding requires two nonmetals and covalent bonding requires a metal and a metalloid. B. ionic bonding involves a sharing of electrons and covalent bonding involves a transfer of electrons. C. ionic bonding requires two nonmentals and covalent bonding requires a metal and a nonmetal. D. ionic bonding involves a transfer of electrons and covalent bonding involves a sharing of electrons. E. ionic bonding requires a metal and a nonmetal and covalent bonding requires two nonmetals.

Problem

The definitive distinction between ionic bonding and covalent bonding is that

A. ionic bonding requires two nonmetals and covalent bonding requires a metal and a metalloid.

B. ionic bonding involves a sharing of electrons and covalent bonding involves a transfer of electrons.

C. ionic bonding requires two nonmentals and covalent bonding requires a metal and a nonmetal.

D. ionic bonding involves a transfer of electrons and covalent bonding involves a sharing of electrons.

E. ionic bonding requires a metal and a nonmetal and covalent bonding requires two nonmetals.

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