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Unformatted text preview: Solubility (Ethanol): soluble Conductivity: No Classify each compound as Group 1(Low Melting Point, Soluble in Ethanol, Not Conductive) or Group 2 (High Melting Point, Soluble in Water, Conductive) Calcium Chloride: Group 2 Citric Acid: Group 1 Phenyl Salicylate Group 1 Potassium Iodide: Group 2 Sodium Chloride: Group 2 Sucrose: Group 1 Classify each compound as an Ionic Bond or Covalent Bond Calcium Chloride: Ionic Citric Acid: Covalent Phenyl Salicylate: Covalent Potassium Iodide: Ionic Sodium Chloride: Ionic Sucrose: Covalent The covalent compound that shows an anomalous property is Sucrose. The anomalous property is that Sucrose is soluble in water....
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