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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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