Answer to Question #34811 in Organic Chemistry for Annie Nguyen
Is NaC polar covalent or ionic? I know that the electronegative difference between the two atoms is 1.6. However, Na is a cation and C is an anion and the bonding between cations and anions involve transfer of electrons. The electronegative difference should be greater or equal to 2, for it to be ionic.
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