# Is lithium chloride molecular or ionic?

$\text{Lithium chloride}$ is clearly ionic.
Lithium chloride is non-molecular and ionic, and made up of an infinite array of $L {i}^{+}$ and $C {l}^{-}$ ions. Because the size of the lithium cation is quite small, the solubility of the salt is quite large in water, as the lithium cation can be effectively solvated by water.