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Biology, 12.11.2019 04:31, glowbaby123

In the case of the salt nacl, chloride (cl-) gives up an electron that is taken by sodium (na+), this is an example of
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a hydrogen bond

a covalent bond

an ionic bond

a non-polar molecule

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