A voltaic cell is an electrochemical cell that spontaneously produces electrical energy from chemical reactions. A voltaic cell comprises of an anode (where oxidation occurs) and a cathode (where reduction occurs). The both electrodes are connected with a wire . A salt bridge ensures charge neutrality in the anode and cathode compartments. Electrons flow from anode to cathode.
Ionic bonds are a type of linkage formed from the attraction between oppositely charged ions. The atom that has lost an electron becomes a positively charged ion (called a cation) while the atom that picks up the extra electron becomes a negatively charged ion (called a anion).
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<span>A. Number of electrons and atomic radius Less atomic radius - the more electronegativity, more electrons on the last level - more electronegativity, more electrons altogether - less electronegativity.</span>