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Why Covalent Compounds Are Different from Ionic Compounds? - Science

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Why covalent compounds are different from ionic compounds?

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Ionic compounds, on the other hand, are the compounds that are formed by the complete transfer of valence electrons between the constituent atoms. For example, a molecule of sodium chloride (NaCl) is formed when the sodium atom donates its one valence electron to the chlorine atom.

Concept: The Covalent Bond
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