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ionic and covalent

QuestionAnswer
metal to non metal is... Ionic
electrons that are transferred are... Ionic
nonmetal to nonmetal are... Covalent
electrons shared are... Covalent
form crystal lattices Ionic
hard and brittle Ionic
form many structures Covalent
LOWER melting point Covalent
HIGH melting point Ionic
electrolytic Ionic
non-electrolytic Covalent
chemical bond types Both covalent and ionic
insulators in solid waste Both covalent and ionic
term used to describe cube table salt crystal lattice
why wont salt conduct in sold waste but with liquid? Because in solid waste there locked up by crystal lattice and with aqueous they're free to move in water.
how is table salt to heat resistant yet brittle? Its hard for the electrons to absorb energy, but it they were striked with a hammer- charges would be rearranged and repel.
Created by: jocey12