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Physical Properties of Two Solids
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NaCl Camphor Odour Ionic/Covalent Melting point Boiling point Hardness Solubility (in water) Conductivity (solid) Conductivity (dissolved) Solubility (non-polar) nil strong Ionic Covalent High Low High Low Hard/brittle Soft soluble insoluble poor poor good poor insoluble soluble
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Questions 1. Camphor, Strong odour means molecules
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Unformatted text preview: leave the surface easily 2. Sodium Chloride had the more tightly bonded molecules 3. CuCl 2 is more soluble in water (its ionic) 4. NO 2 would have the lower melting/boiling point (its covalent) For more lessons, visit www.chalkbored.com...
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