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Grade: 12th Pass
        
Is NH4+ an ionic molecule or a covalene molecule?Please explain in detail along with how is it formed
10 months ago

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Arun
20415 Points
							
Dear Manas
 
No, NH4 is a covalent compoundNH4 is a polyatomic ion, often referred to asNH4+ (ammonium ion). The four hydrogens are covalently bonded to the nitrogen (the nitrogen is the central atom in the chemical structure of this covalently bondedcompound).
10 months ago
manel
22 Points
							
it is both ion and covalent compound because its reacting with 4 hydrogens as arun saidf above and it is reacting with cl- ion so we can say that it is a ion so 
10 months ago
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