Ionic Compounds. Chapter 6. Chapter Outcomes. At the end of this chapter you should be able to: Describe the ionic bonding model Use the model to explain the properties of ionic compounds Explain how ions are produced when metals and non-metals react
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Chemists believe that when metallic and non-metallic atoms react to form ionic compounds the following steps occur:
How many chlorine ions surround
each sodium ion and vice versa?
What is happening:
For example, Al2O3
For example Mg(NO3)2 and Al(OH)3