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dissolving ionic/covalent compounds?

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Old 10-17-2003, 05:33 AM
Jeff Novotny
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Hello,
I know that when an ionic compound (such as NaCl) is added to water,
it dissolves and splits into the component ions (Na+, Cl-). What
happens when a highly covalent compound (such as sucrose) is added to
water?

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Jeff
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Old 10-17-2003, 05:52 PM
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It dissolves as complete molecules.


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