Why does not a complex salt loose its identity in its solution??
Asked by shuchiu | 3rd May, 2011, 04:27: AM
This is because a complex ion does not dissociate in solution. It is held together by strong coordinate bonds and hence do not break. Its the ionic bonds which break.
Answered by | 4th May, 2011, 09:20: AM
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