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Give reason : Ionic compounds are hard crystalline solids.

Asked by Akshay Baweja(student), on 24/9/11

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 see the link

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ionic_compound

Posted by Yashu Aggarwal(student), on 24/9/11
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I didn 't understood from dis...............

Posted by Akshay Baweja(student), on 24/9/11

 IONIC COMPOUND ARE HARD SOLID BCZ IT IS HELD TOGATHER BY STRONG ELECTROSTATIC FORCE OF ATTRACTON BEETWEEN POSITVE AND NEGATIVE IONS SO IT IS HARD CRYSTALINE SOLID

Posted by prabhatraj3g...(student), on 24/9/11
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Hi,

The ionic compounds are crystalline solids because their oppositely charged ions attract one another strongly and from a regular crystal structure.

Posted by Prerna Bansal(MeritNation Expert), on 26/9/11

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