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Defintions of ionic compounds and covalent compounds and examples

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Ionic compounds:

The ionic compounds are composed of ...

Ionic compounds are usually formed from the electrostatic force of attraction between the atoms
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NaCl, KC1
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Ionic compounds are usually formed from the electrostatic force of attraction between the atoms Example NaCl, KC1

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