Problem: In the example of ionic bond formation between sodium and chlorine, which of the following is not a true statement?  a. Na is the chemical symbol for sodium b. Chlorine donates an electron c. Sodium donates an electron d. Sodium becomes positively charged e. The bond that is formed is a strong bond

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In the example of ionic bond formation between sodium and chlorine, which of the following is not a true statement? 

a. Na is the chemical symbol for sodium

b. Chlorine donates an electron

c. Sodium donates an electron

d. Sodium becomes positively charged

e. The bond that is formed is a strong bond

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