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You will obtain a sodium chloride solution in water.

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A solution of sodium chloride will be formed. It will act as an electrolyte.


It is a ionic compound. It makes water conductive.


Sodium chloride is added for deicing.


The first element in a compound that has its ending dropped and "-ide" added is the element that forms a monatomic anion in the compound. This is usually the second element in the modern name of a compound. For example, a compound of sodium and chlorine that contains a sodium cation and a chloride anion is called "sodium chloride". However, a century or more ago, this was often called "chloride of sodium", so that the rule still works even for this style of naming.


Sodium chloride is added to help soap precipitation.


Sodium hydroxide (NaOH) is a strongly alkaline compound which when added to water will raise its pH.




Sodium chloride is used to precipitate soaps from the solution.


Sodium chloride is added to increase the viscosity of the solution.


The reaction is: AgNO3 + NaCl = AgCl(s) + NaNO3


Salt, common salt sodium chloride dissolves in water.


The sodium chloride will dissolve as it does in ordinary water.


0 % of sodium chloride is equal with no NaCl !


Sodium chloride is dissociated in water in Na+ and Cl-. Sodium is an alkali metal.


water molecule will splits sodium chloride to sodium ions and chloride ions via hydrogen bonding.


Firstly, they'll react each other forming sodium hydrogen carbonate and sodium chloride. If there is excess HCl, the sodium hydrogen carbonate would further react till sodium chloride and evolve carbon dioxide.




Adding sodium chloride the freezing point of water is lowered.


Sodium carbonate is a weak base whereas sodium chloride is a neutral salt. There will be no reactions involved between these two reagents.


From the added sodium chloride in foods.


When Sodium chloride is added to Silver nitrate; Both of these substances were originally colourless, however when merged a reaction occurred producing a white cloudy product (translucent). The chemical equation for this is; silver nitrate + sodium chloride --> silver chloride + sodium nitrate AgNO3(aq) + NaCl (aq) --> AgCl (s) + NaNO3 (aq)


When you mix the solutions of Sodium Hydroxide and barium chloride then a double replecement occurs.2 NaOH + BaCl2 = 2 NaCl + Ba(OH)2



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