# What is the kind of bond that forms a salt?

$N {a}^{+} + C {l}^{-} \rightarrow N {a}^{+} C {l}^{-} \left(s\right)$
You have discrete charged particles, i.e. ions, with opposite electric charges. These are electrostratically attracted, and form a strong, non-molecular bond, which operates over the entire ionic lattice. And thus cation and anion, in appropriate quantities, form a $\text{salt}$.