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Updated: 2/15/2020
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  • Oh hello there, my name is Sodium (Na).
  • oh hi, my name is Chloride. (Cl).
  • I know it is going to be weird for me to say this, but after this hour of talking with you, you make me feel complete.
  • 3 hours later
  • This is only our first date, but so far I feel like there is a connection between us.
  • I don't want anyone to break us up. We are a perfect match.
  • Me too, I hope no other person will try to break us up.
  • Sodium and Chloride meet to create NaCl (salt).
  • What is going on here? Sodium, I told you that you were not allowed to date.
  • Oh no, I know water is going to tell my parents since I 'm not allowed to date either.
  • Noo, I can not believe this is happening right now.
  • Let's go NOW, sodium!
  • Sodium decides to give an electron to chlorine in order for both to have complete valence shells.
  • I really wish it did not have to end this way Sodium. I do not want toleave your side.
  • I do not want to leave you either, but water is not going to let us be together.
  • Now that NaCl is together, there is a possibility that they can break up and separate from one another.
  • Say goodbye now because you're not going to be seeing Chlorine for a longlong time.
  • I will never forgetChlorine.
  • I will never forget you either Sodium.
  • Water has a strong attraction with Sodium and Chlorine.
  • Since sodium chloride has a stronger attraction with water, they will not be able to go back to form anionic bond once they are dissolved in water.
  • The ions in sodium chloride are attracted to thewater molecules since they are both polar. Water is polar and ions have charges.
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