|Nov7-12, 03:46 AM||#1|
Will gaseous ionic compounds be free moving ions?
I knew while learning about electrolysis that if the ionic compound is molten it becomes free moving ions. If that is the case, what will happen if I continued heating till it reaches the boiling point so that the ionic compound evaporates?
Will it still be free moving ions?
|Nov7-12, 04:27 AM||#2|
Most ions will recombine creating neutral molecules (like gaseous NaCl).
|Nov7-12, 05:11 AM||#3|
then why molten ionic compounds contain free moving ions?
|boiling point, gas, inorganic chemistry, ionic compounds, ionization|
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