Why ionic compound have high melting point and high boiling point?
no, they are two different things. molecular compounds have a lower boiling and melting point relative to ionic.
Ionic compounds have a high melting and boiling point, and they have a high hardness and are very brittle.
Ionic compound with high melting and boiling point. This is good example of a salt.
Ammonian's melting point is -78C and it's boiling point is -34C is ammonia a molecular compound or an ionic compound?
Ammonia (NH3) is molecular
Every compound has a melting point.
its simple. ionic compounds have strong electrovalent bonds which need more heat to be broken down. hence more heat is needed to convert the solid into its other state. therefore high melting and boiling point.
as ionic bond is chemically very strong it posses high melting and boiling point
Compared to ionic compounds, covalent compounds have relatively low melting and boiling points because covalent bonds are not as strong as ionic bonds, and it is the bonds which hold materials together in the solid, or more solid phases.
ionic solids having highly melting and boiling points
mixture has varialble boiling and melting points, compound has a fixed boiling and melting and elements also have fixed boiling and melting point
ionic compound tend to have a high melting point because of their high electronegativity.
The melting point of a compound is 1240C.Is this compound most likely an ionic compound or a molecular compound?
It's likely but not definitive. Giant covalent substances like diamond also have high melting and boiling points. To be sure you would have to show that the melted or dissolved substance conducts electricity.
The melting point of SeF6 is -34,6 oC, the boiling point is - 46,6 oC.
Brittleness high melting and boiling point are properties of ionic compounds within structures. This is taught in biology.
low melting point. ionic compounds have high melting and boiling points. They conduct electricty in solution or in molten state unlike covalent compounds and carbon compounds which are poor conductors of electricity .
The melting point of a compound is 1240 degrees Celsius is this compound most likely an ionic or a molecular compound?
They have high melting points and very high boiling points
why electovalent compound have high melting and boiling point
This is because interamolecular force between atoms of covalent bond are smaller than that of ionic bond so covalent compounds are weak and have low melting as well as boiling point than ionic compound
The melting point of radium chloride is 900 0C.
Yes, an ionic bond has a higher melting and boiling point than a covalent bond ionic bond>covalent bond>metallic bond>hydrogen bond>vanderwaals.....
water has a relatively low melting and boiling point
Ionic compounds have high melting points.
How do you determine the type of compound ionic or molecular from the melting point such as 1240 degrees C?
If the melting point is at 1240 degrees C then it is most likely an ionic compound, because ionic compounds have their melting points above 800 degrees C while the molecular compounds have their melting point at or below room temperature.
Thermally unstable compounds are decomposed before melting or boiling.
The ionic bond is stronger.
The high melting point points toward an ionic compound. Ionic compounds dissolve in water ie a a polar solvent. Therefore, it is probably ionic. Next you have to pick up a chemical data book and look at melting points of ionic compounds to find one that has this melting point.
What is the relationship between the melting point and boiling point of a compound and the compounds bond strength?
Compounds with strong bonds have higher melting and boiling points.
It is a ionic compound. Generally ionic compounds have high melting points.
molecular compounds have a lower melting and boiling point than ionic
Ionic compounds have higher melting points than covalent compounds. Common table salt, sodium chloride, is an ionic compound and has a melting point of 801 oC. Table sugar, sucrose, a covalent compound, has a melting point of about 186 oC.
Calcium Oxide has a high melting point because it is an ionic compound.
high melting point
Because it is a ionic compound.
Magnesium sulfate has a high melting and boiling point, as it is made of Ionic bonds which are very strong. A lot of energy is needed to break them. So ionic compounds have high melting and boiling points. See related link for more information.
The chemical bond is stronger.
Ionic compounds are basically the combination of a metal and a non-metal. However, its high melting points and boiling points are part of the physical properties of ionic compounds, and high heat is usually required to break the bonds of ionic compounds. The ions which are held together by strong electrostatic force of attraction may results in high melting point and boiling point.
What are three physical properties of ionic compounds that are associated with ionic bonds and relate them to bond strength?
These are melting point, boiling point, hardness.
Boiling point- the temperature and pressure at which a liquid and a gas are in equilibrium. But also, it is very useful in determining the purity of a substance. If the melting point is known of the pure substance, than you can measure the melting point of what you've got and see if it matches. If the melting (or boiling) point is the same, than that is a good indication that the compound you have… Read More
Because it is a ionic compound.
Because it is an ionic compound.
How can melting point and boiling point determination be used in identifying and or characterizing unknown compounds?
compounds are identified because each compound have characteristically different melting and boiling points.
Three physical properties associated with an ionic bond are: melting point, boiling point, and hardness.
No, it's more a pronounced high melting point being an ionic, crystalline compound
I don't believe there is a substance called "ionic" If you are asking about "ionium", this is a radioactive isotope of thorium and has a melting point of 1750ºC, and boils at 4790ºC.
Impossible to answer, there is no relationship between boiling or melting points and being an organic (or inorganic) compound.
This is a phase change from solid to liquid which occurs at a fixed temperature when the ionic lattice breaks down. In general ionic compounds are high melting.
Sodium chloride is an ionic compound whereas AlCl3 is a covalent compound. Ionic compounds have greater melting point due to stronger electrostatic force of attraction.