PLEASE EXPLAIN THE IONIC BOND OF AL4C3 ??
Asked by ATULES | 14th Jun, 2008, 12:02: PM
The monatomic ion C4− is a very strong base, and will combine with four protons to form methane. Methanides commonly react with water to form methane, however reactions with other substances are common.
C4− + 4H+ → CH4
Thus,aluminium carbide is ionic.
Answered by | 19th Jun, 2008, 06:46: PM
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