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24 June, 13:38

Which of the following elements is likely to form a ionic bond with potassium

A. CI

B. Au

C. Li

D. Ca

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  1. 24 June, 15:32
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    The element that is likely to form a ionic bond with potassium is Cl (answer A)

    Explanation

    Ionic bond - is a bond formed when a metal and a non metal react.

    Metal loses electron (donate electrons) while non metal gains electrons (accept electrons) to form ionic bond.

    potassium is a metal while Chlorine (Cl) is a non metal. They react to form an ionic bond by potassium donating 1 electron while chlorine accept 1 electron.
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