Ionic compounds dissolve in ionicsolution.is it correct?

1 Answer
Jun 6, 2017

Answer:

Nope........

Explanation:

Many ionic compounds are insoluble in most solvents. Ionic compounds are soluble in a suitable solvent, and this is an experimental phenomenon. Water, as a polar, diprotic solvent can dissolve MANY ionic solutes, because it can stabilize the individual ions, cf:

#NaCl(s)stackrel(H_2O)rarr[Na(OH_2)_6]^+ + [Cl(OH_2)_(4-6)]^-#

These so-called aquated ions are more often represented as #Na^+(aq)# and #Cl^(-)(aq)#.