Ionic or covalent vinegar ​

Ionic or covalent vinegar ​

Answer :

It is an ionic compound because ionic bonds are formed with metal and nonmetal atoms. … Another example of a covalent compound is vinegar (C2H4O2) (also known as acetic acid, or ethanoic acid). Carbon (C) is a nonmetal, Hydrogen (H) is a nonmetal, and Oxygen (O) is a Chalcogen nonmetal.

 

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