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Is chloride polar?

Depends. If you mean Chlorine, which goes around as Cl2, then no because electron cloud density is evenly shared in the covalent bond as they are both equally as electronegati (MORE)

What is sodium chloride?

Community Answer 1 Sodium chloride is a compound made from Sodium and Chlorine.(NaCl) Sodium chloride is our every day basic table salt. In other words, sodium chloride is sa (MORE)

What solvent can solve the polyvinyl acetate?

Polyvinyl acetate is soluble in a number of organic solvents. Solubility of polyvinyl acetate is directly related to the volatility of the solvent; the more volatile the solve (MORE)

How do separate the chloride from sodium chloride?

First melt salt (sodium chloride). Then you must run a strong  current through it. This will separate sodium chloride into sodium  (a metal) and chlorine (a gas). Be careful (MORE)

How can you separate potassium chloride and ammonium chloride?

A mixture of ammonium chloride and potassium chloride can be separated using the process of sublimation. You must also note that both these substances are sublimable. So, the (MORE)

What is ammonium chloride?

  The formula of ammonium chloride is NH4Cl. It therefore contains Nitrogen, Hydrogen, and Chlorine. NH4Cl
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Is polyvinyl chloride a synthetic polymer?

YES! polyvinyl chloride is a synthetic polymer. This is so because it is a polychain made up of repeated units of monomers. More specifically this plastic has the presence of (MORE)

What is an unplasticized Polyvinyl chloride and What is the difference between plasticized?

Most poly(vinyl chloride) in common use contains, in addition to the polymers of vinyl chloride that constitute most of its mass, a substantially lower molecular weight substa (MORE)

What solvent can solve the polyvinyl alcohol?

0.5 g of Polyvinyl Alcohol in 10 mL of water, heating in water (80  degree C, low solubility below 60 degrre C) with stirring for  15min, then cool it to room temperature an (MORE)