Data response question

IB Chemistry: Data response question

The purpose of this exercise is to get students to think critically about what they read.The following extract is taken from a very well-respected British chemistry textbook for 16–19 year olds (specifically: G. Hill and J. Holman, Chemistry in Context, 5th edn, Nelson, 2000). It introduces the topic of ionic bonding using lithium oxide as the example. Many other books use sodium chloride as the example, set out in...


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