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Question 3.................................................

9 months ago

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Arun
25311 Points
							
The bond between aluminium and chloride (Al-Cl) is a polar covalent and not ionic band. Aluminium has three valence and chlorine has seven valence electrons to bond. So upon achieving octet, aluminium chloride is formed
9 months ago
Yashraj
363 Points
							
The Al-Cl bond is polar covalent. This is consistent with the fact that aluminum chloride changes directly from a solid to a gas at the relatively low temperature of 180 °C. Al has three valence electrons
7 months ago
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