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

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

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Arun
25763 Points
one year ago
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
Yashraj
915 Points
one year ago
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

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