Water causes many electrolytes to dissociate 1 because the dispersion forces

Water causes many electrolytes to dissociate 1

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Water causes many electrolytes to dissociate 1.because the dispersion forces between ionand solvent are strong.2.because of repulsive interactions betweenions in the crystalline state.3.because water molecules are dipoles andthe dipoles orient in an energetically favorablemanner to solvate the ions.correct 4.because it undergoes hydrogen bondingto large halide ions.Explanation:Themorenegativeendofthewatermolecule orients toward the cation and themore positive end orients toward the anion;the ions remain apart.0051.0pointsFor which of the following ions would thehydration process give off the least heat? 2.It depends on the molecular weights ofthe solutes. 0071.0pointsConsider a series of chloride salts (MCl2).As the charge-to-size ratio of M2+(decreases,increases) the hydration energy of M2+(de-creases, increases, does not change) in magni-tude and the crystal lattice energy of MCl2(decreases,increases,may increase or de-crease) in magnitude.
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0081.0pointsWhich of the following is the best explanationof why sugar is not very soluble in gasoline?Note that all of the statements below are true.
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