Describe two processes by which elements can combine

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1.Describe two processes by which elements can combine to form stable compounds.Name the type of bonding that results from each process.
1.Compare the formation of H2O, from hydrogen and oxygen with the formation of CO2from carbon and oxygen. In what ways are they similar? In what ways do they differ?
1.Compose the formation of NaCl from sodium and chlorine to the formation of CO2fromcarbon and oxygen. In what ways are they similar? In what ways do they differ?
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soluble in water. CO2is a gas at room temperature, has a low melting point, and is notsoluble in water.A similarity is that they both become stable after forming compounds.

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Atom, pH, Sodium chloride, Chemical bond, room temperature
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