How is sodium chloride different from it's constituent elements
Asked by Sahitiloveart | 9th Sep, 2018, 08:23: PM
Sodium chloride is made up of two elements sodium(Na) and chlorine(Cl).
Sodium is a very reactive metal and chlorine is a poisonous gas.
NaCl has no such properties of his parent atoms, it's a common salt used in food to add taste.
Answered by Ramandeep | 10th Sep, 2018, 11:16: AM
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