properties of ionic compounds
Asked by aryanluniwal1516 | 12th Sep, 2020, 11:43: AM
The chemical compound formed as a result of transfer
of one or more electrons from the atom of a metallic
electropositive element to an atom of a non-metallic
They have high melting and boiling point.
They dissolve in water.
Answered by Ravi | 13th Sep, 2020, 10:47: AM
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