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What would be atomicity of NH+4 and Cl in ammonium chloride?


  1. Element, Molecule and Molecule.

  2. Molecule, Cation  and Anion.

  3. Ion, Cation  and Anion.

  4. Molecule, Anion And Cation.


Solution

The correct option is D

Molecule, Anion And Cation.


Atomicity is defined as the number of atoms present in an element or a compound.

 NH+4:- It is pentatomic cation as it has one atom of nitrogen and four atoms of hydrogen.

Cl:- It is monoatomic anion as it has only one atom of chlorine.

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