1) the process of formation of ions from molecules
2) a solid white precipitate which is formed when two colourless gases react
Asked by pradipdhole | 9th Jun, 2019, 11:03: PM
(1)The process of formation of ion from molecules is known as ionization. By ionization, molecule acquires a positive or negative charge by losing or gaining an electron.
(2) Ammonia and HCl are two colourless gases. When these two gases react to each other, it produces ammonium chloride which is a white solid.
Answered by Ravi | 10th Jun, 2019, 10:39: AM
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