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I'm a straight A student .. the problem however is :

My textbooks , teacher and every piece of work that he gives us is complicated

can someone explain me how Ionic Bonding works


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Ionic bonding is bonding in which an electron(s) is transfered from one atom to another. An electrostatic positive charge is formed on the atom that lost an electron, and an the atom which received the electron has a net negative charge...so the two ions (atoms) now are attracted to each other, and we call this attraction an ionic bond.

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