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why is a lithium and sodium not an ionic bond, and potassium and bromine is an ionic bond?

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Oct 16th, 2017

Sodium and lithium are both alkali metals. They are both metals, so they wouldn't bond naturally.


potassium and bromine are both halogens. They're both non-metals, and so if they were to form a compound, the bond would be ionic. 


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