Sodium chloride is table salt, a crystalline solid; sodium is a highly reactive metal.
The properties of chlorine are highly different from sodium chloride one of the differences is the boiling point. Chlorine has a melting point of 171.6 K whereas sodium chloride has a melting point of 1074 K.
A molecule of sodium chloride A molecule of sodium chloride
The chemical properties differ immensely. Sodium and chlorine are extremely reactive substances, whereas sodium chloride is fairly unreactive. The same can be said about their physical properties. Sodium chloride has much higher melting and boiling points than sodium or chlorine. Sodium chloride can dissolve in water without reacting, whereas sodium and chlorine react with water. These are just a few differences. There are a lot more.
- sodium chloride is an ionic salt- sodium chloride is dissociated in water- sodium chloride is stable
The properties characteristic of sodium chloride are due to the type of bonding that occurs between sodium and chlorine: ionic bonding.
Sodium and Chlorine when those two are put together you get Sodium Chloride
Sodium chloride is it an entirely different substance with its own unique properties.
Sodium chloride is a colorless, crystalline salt which is highly soluble in water.
Sodium chloride is a compound. It has chemical and physical properties
Sodium is a chemical element, Na and sodium chloride is a salt, NaCl; two different chemical entities, each with specific chemical and physical properties.
Sodium chloride is a nonreactive solid at room temperature, and is commonly known as table salt. The two elements that make up sodium chloride are sodium and chlorine. Sodium is a very reactive metal that tastes bad. Pure sodium is explosive when it comes in contact with water. Chlorine is a nonreactive gas that is poisonous, and will kill you if you breathe enough of it. Sodium chloride retains neither the properties of sodium nor the properties of chlorine. This is because compounds (such as sodium chloride) have their own characteristics, and not the characteristics of its component elements.
Sodium chloride is NaCl: sodium is Na, chlorine is Cl.
Sodium chlroride contains phospnhorous
Potassium and sodium are categorised under the same group which is Group 1 in the Periodic Table of Elements which consists of alkali metal. Therefore potassium and sodium possess the same chemical properties.
sodium chloride as a compound has different physical and chemical properties than sodium and chloride not mixed together
Sodium chloride is NaCl, calcium chloride is CaCl2. Consequently all the physical and chemical properties are different.
There is twice the change in colligative properties in the sodium chloride solution than in the glucose solution.
Salt is the same thing as sodium chloride
Sodium Chloride is table salt. It is not particularly dangerous and quite stable.
Sodium chloride contains sodium ions, not metallic sodium. Hence they show different chemical properties and behaviour.
Sodium chloride is NaCl.Sodium sulfate is Na2SO4.Of course all the chemical and physical properties are different.
Sodium sulfate is Na2SO4 and sodium chloride is NaCl. Of course all the chemical and physical properties are different.
It's sodium chloride if you're talking about the compound NaCl. And no, the property of the compound will not be the same as the property of either of the elements.