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What is the type of bonding present in NaOH, HCl and H₂O.? Watch

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    and why is it that type of bonding
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    Why is there an equation, confused.
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    NaOH is an ionic compound.

    HCl is a covalent compound with strong ionic characteristics. In water it is ionic.

    H2O is a covelant compound.

    The reaction you've shown is a neutralisation reaction between an acid and an alkaline producing a salt and water.

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    NaOH - Ionic
    HCI - Covalent
    H2O - Covalent.
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    (Original post by moshe015)
    NaOH is an ionic compound.

    HCl is a covalent compound with strong ionic characteristics. In water it is ionic.

    H2O is a covelant compound.

    The reaction you've shown is a neutralisation reaction between an acid and an alkaline producing a salt and water.

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    how do you know its covalent or ionic
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    (Original post by Reachin4TheStars)
    NaOH - Ionic
    HCI - Covalent
    H2O - Covalent.

    how do you know its covalent or ionic
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    (Original post by jks_17)
    how do you know its covalent or ionic
    Ionic is a non-metal bonded with a metal.
    Covalent is two non-metals bonded to each other.
    Metallic is two metals bonded to each other.
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    (Original post by Reachin4TheStars)
    Ionic is a non-metal bonded with a metal.
    Covalent is two non-metals bonded to each other.
    Metallic is two metals bonded to each other.
    Thanks
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    (Original post by jks_17)
    Thanks
    Anytime
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    (Original post by Reachin4TheStars)
    Ionic is a non-metal bonded with a metal.
    Covalent is two non-metals bonded to each other.
    Metallic is two metals bonded to each other.
    Thanks
 
 
 
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