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A
\(\frac{14}{7}\)N + \(\frac{4}{2}\)He \(\frac{8}{17}\)O + \(\frac{1}{1}\)H 
B
\(\frac{8238}{92}\)U \(\frac{234}{90}\)Th + \(\frac{4}{2}\)He 
C
\(\frac{8238}{92}\)U \(\frac{239}{93}\)Np + \(\frac{0}{-1}\)e 
D
\(\frac{13}{7}\)N + \(\frac{4}{2}\)He \(\frac{16}{8}\)O + \(\frac{1}{1}\)H 
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C
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Question 4
A
Chlorine is gas and iodine is solid 
B
Chlorine is liquid and iodine is gas 
C
Chlorine and iodine are gases 
D
Chlorine is solid and iodine is liquid 
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A
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Question 10
A
covalent and dative 
B
ionic and covalent 
C
ionic covalent and dative 
D
ionic covalent and hydrogen bond 
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Share Answer The formula for ammonium chloride is NH4Cl. The bond between the ammonium ion (NH4Cl+) and the chloride ion(Cl-) is IONIC and ammonium chloride is an ionic compound. However, the bonds between the nitrogen and hydrogen atoms in the polyatomic ion NH4+ are COVALENT.

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