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What is the ratio of ions needed to produce neutral potassium chloride?

Roger Moore

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Melissa Norris on January 3, 2019

When a neutral potassium chloride dissociates, the reaction is KCl = K+ + Cl-. Therefore, the proportion of ions from the dissociation is 1 mole of potassium ions per mole of chloride ions or 1 mol of chloride ions by potassium ions. Explanation:The formula of associate degree ionic compound shows the magnitude of the relationship of positive and negative ions within the compound.An ionic compound is formed from positive ions and ratio will be one to one ratio.

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