answer and explanation:
how are ionic bonds formed?ionic bonds are formed as a result of a redox reaction.formation of cations: in which atoms of an element (metal) with low ionization energy give some electrons to reach stable electronic configuration.formation of anions: in which atoms of another element with high electron affinity accepts electrons to achieve a stable electronic configuration.example: nacl, the sodium atoms loss electron forming na⁺ and the chlorine atoms gain electron forming cl⁻, then the ions are attracted to each other with 1: 1 ration forming the ionic compound nacl.
na + cl → na⁺ + cl⁻ → nacl
what is the attractive force within the ionic bond?the attractive force within the ionic bond is the electrostatic attraction between the positively charged ions (cations, na⁺) and the negatively charged ions (anions, cl⁻).
horizontal lines where the temperature is constant during phase changes connect upward-sloping lines where the temperature increases.
the temperature is constant during a phase change (melting or boiling), so the graph is a horizontal line.
the temperature increases when a single phase (solid, liquid, or gas) is heated, so the graph for these changes has an upward slope.
a is wrong. a horizontal line shows a constant temperature.
b is wrong. there are no vertical lines in a heating curve.
d is wrong. a horizontal line does correspond to an increase in temperature.
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