Calcium chloride is an ionic compound. Which of the following statements account for its ionic character? I. Calcium has high ionization energy. II. Calcium has low ionization energy. III. Chlorine has high electron afinity. IV. Chlorine has high 1onization energy.

Calcium chloride is an ionic compound. Which of the following statements account for its ionic character?
I. Calcium has high ionization energy. II. Calcium has low ionization energy. III. Chlorine has high electron afinity. IV. Chlorine has high 1onization energy.
A. I and Il only
B. 1, II and IV only
C. II, IIl and IV only
D. I, II, III and IV

Correct Option: Answer is C

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