Why is it inpossible to select any group of atoms ,in electrovalent compounds to be properly called a molecule
Asked by lovemaan5500 | 20th Nov, 2017, 08:39: PM
In electrovalent compounds, their constituent particles are ions instead of molecules like in covalent compounds. By nature, they are hard solids consisting of ions. Because these have the strong electrostatic force of attraction between their ions, which cannot be separated easily.
Answered by Ramandeep | 21st Nov, 2017, 09:35: AM
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