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Q. Lithium does not resemble other alkali metals in the following properties: a. Lithium carbonate decomposes into oxide while other alkali carbonates are stable towards heat. b. Lithium chloride is predominantly covalent. c. Lithium nitride is stable. d. Lithium chloride is not comducting in molten state.

Q. Lithium does not resemble other alkali metals in the following properties:


a. Lithium carbonate decomposes into oxide while other alkali carbonates are stable towards heat.


b. Lithium chloride is predominantly covalent.


c. Lithium nitride is stable.


d. Lithium chloride is not comducting in molten state.

Grade:11

1 Answers

A S
36 Points
12 years ago

Dear Saineel,

(d) is the correct option. As LiCl is not ionic but covalent, it doesn't conduct in molten state.

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A S

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