Answer to Question #28257 in Inorganic Chemistry for Hasnat Ahmad

Question #28257
hydrogen is always called solvation but solvation is not always called hydration
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2013-04-16T11:26:23-0400
Because solvation is the process of attraction and association of molecules of a solvent with molecules or ions of solute. Hydration is a particular case of solvation, when the solvent is water, but if the solvent is any other liquid, then it will be called solvation.

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09.09.14, 17:56

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MUHAMMAD ALI
29.08.14, 15:05

DISSOLUTION OF NACL IN WATER IS PHYSICAL CHANGE NOT A CHEMICAL CHANGE. WHY?

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