When sodium chloride, NaCl, is added to water, it forms a solution. The steps involved in the dissolution of NaCl in water are shown below. Na Sodium ions Chloride ions н но, Water molecule Order the steps involved in the formation of a solution. Rank the steps involved in the dissolution of salt in water from first step to last step. To rank items as equivalent, overlap them. • View Available Hint(s) Reset Help н H. нн Но но Na он н н н.о Н н NaCl crystal is added to water The Na" ions are attracted The ar ions are attracted to the water molecules NaCl solution to the water molecules First Last

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When sodium chloride, NaCl, is added to water, it forms a solution. The steps involved in the dissolution of NaCl in water are shown below.
Na
Sodium ions
Chloride ions
н
но,
Water molecule
Order the steps involved in the formation of a solution.
Rank the steps involved in the dissolution of salt in water from first step to last step. To rank items as equivalent, overlap them.
• View Available Hint(s)
Reset
Help
н
H.
нн
Но
но
Na
он
н
н
н.о
Н н
NaCl crystal is
added to water
The Na" ions are attracted The ar ions are attracted
to the water molecules
NaCl solution
to the water molecules
First
Last
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When sodium chloride, NaCl, is added to water, it forms a solution. The steps involved in the dissolution of NaCl in water are shown below. Na Sodium ions Chloride ions н но, Water molecule Order the steps involved in the formation of a solution. Rank the steps involved in the dissolution of salt in water from first step to last step. To rank items as equivalent, overlap them. • View Available Hint(s) Reset Help н H. нн Но но Na он н н н.о Н н NaCl crystal is added to water The Na" ions are attracted The ar ions are attracted to the water molecules NaCl solution to the water molecules First Last