Subject: How does SO3 a covalent compound dissolve in water to form sulphuric acid?
Date: Sat Feb 20 16:10:51 2010
Posted by Emma
Grade level: 10-12
School: High School
City: No city entered. State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Chemistry
I did not find how the bonding was formed between the water and sulphur
trioxide in any ARCHIVES. Also SO2 is covalent so how does it dissolve in an
ionic compound when SO2 is a covalent compound and has no charges to be
attracted to the water molecules.
Re: How does SO3 a covalent compound dissolve in water to form sulphuric acid?
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