in water solution, salt potassium sulfate dissociates into
potassium (K+) and sulfate (SO4- -) ions. The potassium ions
each have a charge of +1, and the sulfate ions have a charge of -2.
The two major ionic species present in an aques solution of K2SO4 is
2K+ and SO42-
During the dissoiation K2SO4 produce two ionic forms namely cation and anion
3 strong bases are strong electrolytesOH, KOH, and NaOH
The major ionic species present in the solution are sodium and sulfate ions.
Sodium sulfate is an ionic compound because it is formed by the complete transfer of electrons from sodium ions to sulfate ions.
When an ionic compound is dissolved in water, it dissociates into its corresponding ions.
The chemical equation for the ionization of sodium sulfate follows:
By Stoichiometry of the reaction:
1 mole of aqueous solution of sodium sulfate produces 2 moles of sodium ions and 1 mole of sulfate ions.
Hence, the major ionic species present in the solution are sodium and sulfate ions.
The major ionic species present in aqueous solution of sodium sulfate is
2 Na+ and SO4^2-
When electrolyte dissolve in water they dissociate into ions.
There are two type of electrolyte that is strong and weak electrolyte.
Sodium sulfate is a strong electrolyte and therefore it dissociate completely into ions as below
Na2So4 → 2 Na+ (aq) + So4^2- (aq)
No ions presentExplanation;Ionic compounds are compounds made up of ions. These ions are atoms that gain or lose electrons, giving them a net positive or negative charge.Atoms that gain electrons and therefore have a net negative charge are known as anions. Conversely, atoms that lose electrons have a net positive charge are called cations. C12H22O11 (sucrose) is not an ionic compound, and therefore does not have any ions. Sucrose is a molecular compound.
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aqueous solution of k2so4....