there is no natural state for sodium, its not naturally occuring
sodium is a solid.
the physical state of sodium chloride is a yellowy powder.
In standard conditions, sodium is a solid.
Sodium's oxidation state is 1+ as it is in all sodium compounds.
Sodium chloride is a solid.
The state of sodium hydroxide is solid at a room temperature. The formula is NaOH (s)
sodium chloride at 20 degrees remain in solid state
if sodium is in a compound, it will not be in natural state. natural state implies that it is a pure element. ie not a compound
Sodium, Na, is an Alkali Metal. All Alkali Metals have a +1 oxidation state.
It is normally in a solid state.
Sodium sulfate is a solid.
After 801 0C sodium chloride is a liquid.
At room temperature sodium chloride is a solid.
The cause is the high reactivity of sodium.
The ground state electron configuration for sodium is 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s1
Sodium is highly reactive and never exists in free state. It is always found in the combined state.
Oxidation state of elements in Sodium Oxide (Na2O) :> Sodium = 1> Oxygen = -2
Sodium chloride is an electrolyte in water solution or in molten state.