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LiCl is hydrated but NaCl is always anhydrous.Explain why.

LiCl is hydrated but NaCl is always anhydrous.Explain why.

Grade:11

1 Answers

Satyam Kumar
60 Points
3 years ago
Hydration energy is directly proportional to small size of Cation. In LiCl, Li+ has small size than Na+, thats why LiCl has high hydration energy. So a large amount of energy is released when LiCl (hydrated) is formed. 

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