ironic bond

what you call an ionic bond with iron in it. ironically, this isn’t actually ironic, but merely a bad pun. nonmetals and metals form a bit of an odd couple, especially when you’re dealing with iron, the roughest, hardest and s-xiest of known metals.
professor said that fecl3 was an ionic bond, i thought it was an ironic bond! omg lol!

ironic bonds are the opposite of carbvalent bonds.

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