|Mar2-12, 09:20 PM||#1|
Sulfuric Acid - Ionic, Polar Molecular or Non Polar Molecular
What type of bond is Sulfuric Acid (H2SO4(aq))?
People tell me its ionic because the acid is made up of a polyatomic ion. However, many sources online say that the acid is polar.
I can't seem to figure out which bond it is.
|Mar3-12, 02:29 AM||#2|
So, what is the question?
|Mar3-12, 01:10 PM||#3|
Sorry, my mistake..
What type of bond holds the compound together, molecular or ionic? I would assume that a molecular bond holds the sulphate together but I am not sure about which bond holds the hydrogen and the sulphate together.
Could you also please explain which bonds are involved when the compound is in a solution?
|acid, ionic, molecular, sulphate|
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