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Ionic Interactions: the result of attractions between i i l h d d positively charged cations and negatively charged anions – e.g., NaCl Na + + Cl - e.g., NaCl in aqueous solutions, simple ions of biological significance (Na + , K + , Ca ++ , ++ Mg , Cl - ) do not exist as free, isolated entities, but rather in hydrated forms: surrounded by a stable shell of water molecules held in place by ionic interactions between the central ion and the oppositely charged end of the and the oppositely charged end of the water dipole
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