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In its liquid state NaCl is able to let an electric current pass through it, due to the free moving electrons.
Depends on the compound; chlorine can form an ionic bond with many elements. eg, NaCl, MgCl2, CsCl.
CsCl is the chemical formula of caesium chloride.
Ionic compounds are salts or oxides as NaCl, LiF, MgCl2, MgO, UCl4, ThO2, CsCl, CaCl2, FeCl3, AlCl3.
The chemical name for CsCl is Cesium Chloride.
diffrent radius ratios
CsCl like NaCl is a salt. The cesium has an ionic bond with the chloride.
NaCl has a face-centered cubic crystalline structure.
Cesium = Cs Chlorine = Cl Cesium Chloride = CsCl