NaCL(s) -> Na+(aq) + Cl- (aq)
Sodium chloride and water do not react. Sodium chloride dissolves in water.
Into Na+ and Cl- ions.
When sodium chloride dissolves in water, it dissolves to form the chloride and sodium ions, therefore forming a conducting solution.
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Ammonium chloride, NH4Cl, dissolves in water and dissociates into the ammonium, NH4+, and chloride, Cl-, ions
Sodium chloride is easily dissolved in water because it is a polar compound.
Sodium chloride is dissociated in water: Na+ + Cl-.
Sodium chloride dissolve in water because it is an ionic compound.
It dissociates to form sodium cations (Na^+) and chloride anions (Cl^-).
It separates into positive sodium and negative chloride ions.