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What Type of Bonds Are Present in Methane (Ch4) and Sodium Chloride (Nacl)? - CBSE Class 10 - Science

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What type of bonds are present in methane (CH4) and sodium chloride (NaCl)?

Solution

The chemical bond present in methane (CH4) is covalent bond as a carbon atom shares its four valence electrons with four hydrogen atoms to form one methane molecule.
The chemical bond present in sodium chloride (NaCl) is ionic bond as a sodium atom transfers one electron to a chlorine atom to form the ionic bond in NaCl.

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Solution What Type of Bonds Are Present in Methane (Ch4) and Sodium Chloride (Nacl)? Concept: Metals and Nonmetals - Formation and Properties of Covalent Compounds.
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