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#247 - chellychu (11/04/2011) [-]
Wouldn't sodium be taken along with chlorine, considering they are now in an ionic bond?? I may be wrong, but that's just what  I thought happened when chlorine "takes" an electron from sodium to fill it's first energy level...  
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Wouldn't sodium be taken along with chlorine, considering they are now in an ionic bond?? I may be wrong, but that's just what I thought happened when chlorine "takes" an electron from sodium to fill it's first energy level...
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#257 to #247 - cshiw (11/04/2011) [-]
Nope sharing electrons are covalent bonds. themoreyouknow.jpg
#269 to #257 - xxxsonic fanxxx (11/04/2011) [-]
covalent bonds form with nonmetals, you **** .
#330 to #269 - cshiw (11/05/2011) [-]
leave it to anon to be a retard. never said NaCl was a covalent bond.
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User avatar #259 to #255 - chellychu (11/04/2011) [-]
Thank you, Funnyjunk is helping me pass Chemistry!
User avatar #258 to #255 - hailhisnoodliness (11/04/2011) [-]
but they do stick together because of the opposing charges
User avatar #260 to #258 - andalitemadness (11/04/2011) [-]
Oh yeah, they do you're right. Oops.
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