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Lithium nitride and li3n-all ionic compounds have the metal first, and the nonmetal second. the nonmetal always ends in -ide. so lithium and nitrogen would create lithium nitride. nitrogen needs 3 electrons, and one atom of lithium can only give 1 electron. so, there needs to be three atoms of...Read More

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Nickel Chloride is another name for a type of salt. It is a yellow salt and it is not table salt. There are other names for Nickel Chloride and they are nickelous chloride and nickel salt of hydrochloric acid. It looks like yellow and brown crystals and sometimes green crystals. It does n...Read More

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Only structurally molecular
only structurally molecular
only structurally molecular
only structurally molecular

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· Every metal atom would lose its valence electrons to gain electronic configuration of a noble gas · The metal atom would lose its valence electrons to the negatively charged ‘sea’ of electrons · The lattice is held together by the strong electrostatic...Read More

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Mercury (II) Oxide, HgO

Mercury (II) gives off 2 electron and Oxygen receives 2. It all balances out and you only need one atom of each. So the formula is HgO. Mercury is one of the elements that doesnt have only charge, but many different possible charges. The roman numeral II means 2....
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chancelorharbin

Bond in which one or more pairs of electrons are shared by two atoms.

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