Chemistry

For each of the following pairs of elements, state whether the binary compound formed is likely to be ionic or covalent. Give the formula and name of the compound.
(a) C, Cl
Its covalent, but I get the formula wrong and name wrong,CCl Carbon Chloride.

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  1. carbon TETRAchloride

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  2. Metal with non metal,example would be NaCl would be Sodium Cloride, transition metal/non metal ex. Fe2O3 you have to balance the charge and it would be Iron(III)Oxide. Acids if they have H and no oxygen ex.HCL would be Hydrocloric Acid I hope this helped

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