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Which of the following pairs of elements are likely to form ionic compounds:

A) helium and oxygen
B) magnesium and chlorine
C) chlorine and bromine
D) potassium and sulfur
E) sodium and potassium
F) nitrogen and oxygen

I believe the answer is d and f

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