Answer to Question #686 in Organic Chemistry for Sara
Consider the compound sodium chloride. In the solid form is apperars white in color. However, when heated, it produces a yellow flame.. Explain what causes the difference in the appearance of the sodium chloride under these two sets of conditions.
So why is sodium chloride white in the solid form and why does it produces a yellow flame when heated?
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