compare the ionic strength of two common substances, candle wax and chalk?
 

Asked by rajenderdagar123 | 2nd Jan, 2017, 08:51: PM

Expert Answer:

Chalk is an ionic compound with chemical formula CaCO3.

When dissolved in water it exists in the form of Ca+2 and CO32- ions.

The ionic strength is very less.

Wax is a covalent compound and so it doesn’t dissociate into ions.

And hence the ionic strength will be nil.

 

                       

Answered by Vaibhav Chavan | 3rd Jan, 2017, 12:06: PM