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Sodium chloride and water?

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Sodium chloride is very soluble in water and form saline solutions.

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Sodium chloride and water do not react. Sodium chloride dissolves in water.


Sodium chloride doesn't react with water; in water NaCl is dissolved and dissociated in ions.Sodium chloride doesn't react with water; sodium chloride is dissolved and dissociated in water.


Only the water solution of sodium chloride is a mixture of NaCl and water.


The sodium chloride solution of sodium chloride in water is homogeneous.


A solution of sodium chloride water is salt water.


Solid sodium chloride is not an electrolyte.Sodium chloride in water solutions or molten sodium chloride are electrolytes.


1. Sodium chloride can be separated from water or impurities. 2. Sodium chloride is dissociated in water. 3. Molten sodium chloride electrolysis lead to chlorine and sodium.


Sodium chloride is separated from water by evaporation of water.


Sodium chloride is dissolved and dissociated in water.


Sodium chloride is very soluble in water.


Sodium chloride is not especially good in water.


Sodium chloride and water have polar molecules.


Sodium chloride is dissociated in water solutions.


Because two compounds - sodium chloride and water - are mixed.


Solid sodium chloride is not conductive; sodium chloride in water solutions and melted sodium chloride are conductive.


Solid sodium chloride does not conduct electricity. Molten sodium chloride or sodium chloride dissolved in water does.


- sodium chloride is an ionic salt- sodium chloride is dissociated in water- sodium chloride is stable



Sodium chloride attract water.


Sodium chloride is not volatile.


Solid sodium chloride is not an electrolyte.Sodium chloride in water solutions or molten sodium chloride are electrolytes.


Sodium chloride doesn't contain water (excepting absorbed water).


Water solution of sodium chloride is an electrolyte; also molten sodium chloride.


Sodium chloride can be removed from solution by distillation. Boiling a solution of sodium chloride will cause the water to boil off and the sodium chloride to be left behind. If the water vapor is then condensed, the water obtained will be free of sodium chloride.


In water the sodium chloride (NaCl) is dissociated in ions: Na+ and Cl-.



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