Ionic bonding

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Ionic bonding is an electrostatic attraction between oppositely charged [[Molecules|molecules]]. In ionic bonding the [[Metal ion|metal ion]] will donate [[Electron|electrons]] to become a cation, positively charged, whilst the non metal will accept electrons to become an anion, negatively charged.
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Ionic bonding is an [[Electrostatic_force|electrostatic]] attraction between oppositely charged [[Molecules|molecules]]. In ionic bonding the [[Metal ion|metal ion]] will donate [[Electron|electrons]] to become a [[Cation|cation]], positively charged, whilst the non metal will accept electrons to become an [[Anion|anion]], negatively charged.

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Ionic bonding is an electrostatic attraction between oppositely charged molecules. In ionic bonding the metal ion will donate electrons to become a cation, positively charged, whilst the non metal will accept electrons to become an anion, negatively charged.

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