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hat sorts of elements react to form ionic compounds?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The elements which react to form ionic compounds should be determined.

Concept Introduction:

Ionic compounds are those compounds which are formed due to the attraction between oppositely charged ions that is positive (cation) and negative (anion) ions.

Explanation

Chemical bonds may results from the sharing of electrons is known as covalent bonds or through the attraction between oppositely charged ions (negative and positive) is known as ionic bonds.

Ionic bonds results in the formation of ionic compounds. Ionic compounds are made up of ions and the ions which gain electrons are known as anions whereas ions which lose electrons are known as cations. Metals have ability to lose electrons and thus carry positive charge whereas non-metals have ability to gain electrons and thus carry negative charge...

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