What occurs when potassium reacts with chlorine to form potassium chloride? 1. Electrons are shared and the bonding is ion

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What occurs when potassium reacts with chlorine to form
potassium chloride?
1.
Electrons are shared and the bonding is ionic.
2.
Electrons are shared and the bonding is covalent.
3.
Electrons are transferred and the bonding is ionic.
4.
Electrons are transferred and the bonding is covalent.

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Latifah 3 months 2021-07-28T14:28:19+00:00 1 Answers 14 views 0

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    2021-07-28T14:29:56+00:00

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    Explanation:

    potassium is a highly electropositive metal with one electron for bonding, it reacts with a highly electro negative non metal like chlorine to give an electrovalent or ionic bonding

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