Subject: VRD - ionic substance dissolving/evaporation
Date: Tue Apr 11 17:56:37 2000
Posted by Yusri Bin Yusup
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When an ionic subtance such as K [(Ag(CN2)] potassium silver
> >cyanide dissolves in water, does it evaporate with the water
> >at 70 degrees celcius? If it does, what is the mechanism?
Re: VRD - ionic substance dissolving/evaporation
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