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Match the following types of bond with their correct example.

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A water molecule
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A common salt
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An iron rod
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Solution

- Common salt (NaCl) is an ionic compound as sodium being electropositive transfers one electron to the chlorine in order to gain stability.

- Water molecule is a covalent compound since two hydrogen atoms share an electron each with an oxygen atom having six electrons in its outermost shell.

- In an iron rod, a metallic bond is formed between the Fe2+ ions and the free moving electrons.

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