Do ionic compounds ionise in water or dissociate in water?
Do polar covalent compounds ionise in water or dissociate in water?
Asked by rickykumar00001 | 15th Jun, 2015, 07:36: PM
Dissolution of ionic compounds and polar covalent compounds in water. In both cases, the compounds get dissociated to form ions in water. Hence, both cases can be reffered as dissociation as well as ionisation.
Answered by Prachi Sawant | 16th Jun, 2015, 11:01: AM
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