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What types of forces exist between the individual particles in an ionic solid? Are these threes relatively strong or relatively weak?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The types of forces present in individual particles in ionic solid must be explained. If the forces are relatively strong or relatively weak must also be explained.

Concept Introduction:

Ionic solid has electrostatic attraction whereas molecular solids are generally covalent.

Ionic solids have ions which includes cations and anions.

Molecular solids have molecules.

Explanation

In ionic solids there are oppositely charged ions which are known as cations and anions. So there is electrostatic force of attraction between individual particles...

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