What is the difference between ionisation and dissociation?
Asked by 14th September 2013, 1:42 AM
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The Ionization refers to the reactions in which the products are ions -whether that occurs in water, or in the gas phase, or even the solid phase. The term dissociation is also refers to reactions in which the products are neutral species. For example: HCl ----> H + Cl here H and Cl are atoms not ions.
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