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Grade: 11
        
aluminium chloride is acovalent compound 
but it ionizes in water to give al3+ and cl- ions 
how is that
2 years ago

Answers : (2)

Kanishk
15 Points
							It is an ionic bond with covalent character. The aluminium is highly charged so it polarise the electron cloud of chlorine, so electrons get shared between two atoms . Hence the compound is covalent but the bond is polar covalent.
						
2 years ago
hemanth
21 Points
							
the ans is that hydration energy is more than lattice energy
 
 
 
 
but in bonds the covalent character dominates 
and nothing lihe the bond is polar covalent 
okay understand 
 
 
 
:)d
 
2 years ago
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