What is wrong with this molecular view of a sodium chloride solution? What would make the picture correct?
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In the figure given smaller particles are water molecules and bigger particles are NaCl molecules when solid NaCl is put into water there is a clash between the attractive forces that hold Na + and Cl - particles together.and the attractive forces occuring between the particles of Na+ and Cl-and water molecule .
Hence the attractive forces occurring between the water molecules and particles of NaCl overcome the attractive forces that hold Na+ and Cl- particles together .
Textbook: Introductory Chemistry
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