Solids could either be:
Metallic (made up of single metal atoms held by metallic bonds),
Ionic (composed of cation + anion, held by ionic bond),
Network covalent (atoms are bonded by covalent bonds in a continuous network extending throughout the material) and
Molecular (usually made up of nonmetals, molecules are held by intermolecular forces)
What type of solid will KBr form?
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