What do you mean by crystalline nature of salts?
Asked by vandana.bihari.vb | 24th May, 2020, 03:07: PM
A solid is said to be crystalline if its various constituent particles are arranged in a definite geometric pattern in three-dimensional space so that there is along range order of the constituent particles.
Answered by Varsha | 24th May, 2020, 03:36: PM
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