How Do Aqueous Solutions of Ionic and Molecular Compounds Differ?


Aqueous solutions of ionic and molecular compounds differ in how well they dissociate. Aqueous solutions of ionic compounds dissociate completely. Molecular components usually occupy interstitial sites.
Q&A Related to "How Do Aqueous Solutions of Ionic and Molecular..."
Your question is not rigorous. An ionic compound is also a molecule.
Ionic compounds are composed of a metal cation
The main differences are: the ionic solutions are electrically conducting while the molecular are non-conducting. Also, if you compare solutions with the same molality of an ionic
Ionic compounds are joined by ionic bonds, while molecular compounds are joined by covalent bonds. An ionic bond is formed between ions of opposite charge via elecrostatic attraction
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