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Pure water contains only water molecules that interact strongly with each other due to their , which are
graphically depicted as δ+ and δ− .2. Solutions are formed when a like a salt or sugar becomes homogeneously distributed in a solvent like water, and this distribution can be viewed in the Micro view.
3. When salts dissolve, they separate into individual that strongly interact with the water molecules.
4. Binary salts are made up of two elements at varying ratios, where one element is a charged cation, and the other is a charged anion.
5. In the Micro view, each shake of the container releases 6 molecules of its respective solute, but 6 molecules of the salt actually produce more ions in solution than 6 molecules of the salt .
6. Not all soluble molecules are salts, e.g., a covalent species like readily dissolves in water without forming ions.
7. The reason they dissolve is because their partially charged atoms are able to associate with the partially charged atoms of water molecules, and these attractive forces occur as long as they are between atoms with charges.
Part—I The positive charge in the nucleus of oxygen attracts all the electron of oxygen strongly relative to the single positive charge on hydrogen atom. This leave hydrogen atom denuded of…