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8586531 No.8586531 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

How come some salts dissolve when coming into contact with water?
Is there an actual reaction/exchange between the salt and water molecules?

>> No.8586549

The ions from the salt are attracted to the water molecule because of its polarity... I think. Has been a while since I've done chemistry.

>> No.8586552

this is literally basic polar solvent/ionic salt stuff

I hope you're trolling brainlet

>> No.8586748

The only colossal idiot here is you.

>> No.8586755

Keep believing in your "there are no stupid questions" feelgood propaganda.

>> No.8586757

The only reason you would consider it stupid is because you can't actually answer it.

>> No.8586765

Good grief...

>> No.8586857

Why you got to be a dickhole?

>> No.8586884

Because of hydrogen bonding. You want more hydrogen bonds and this requires that you break ionic bonds into constituent parts.

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