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What is sodium chloride plus water?

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Sodium chloride form with water saline solutions.

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


Sodium chloride dissolved in water form a solution.


Sodium chloride solution in water is neutral.


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No reaction occurs; and salt is sodium chloride.


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Sodium hydroxide plus hydrochloric acid equals sodium chloride plus water.


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



Sodium chloride doesn't react with water; a solution is formed and NaCl is dissociated:NaCl = Na+ + Cl-


Sodium chloride is the chemical name for normal table salt, so the solution you are talking about is simply salt water. Go to you nearest beach and take a gulp of the water. That is what sodium chloride and water tastes like.


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


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Sodium carbonate plus hydrochloric acid gives sodium chloride plus water plus carbon dioxide.


It is a neutralisation reaction. The products formed are sodium chloride and water.


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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.


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