Suppose we have put some salt in water. My state of knowledge is, that a hydration envelope is formed from the oxygen side of the water molecules on the Na+-Ions and one another from the hydrogen side of the water molecules on the (Cl-)-Ions to drag these out of the crystal.
My questions now are:
When the hydration envelope is formed on the ions, does it (partially) change the charge of the ions?
(Now the main question) If I would put two magnets with opposite poles on both sides of the container, in which the salt solution is, would the ions be pulled to the side of the opposite pole, (if yes or no, then why)?
I made a little sketch an let the hydration envelope out for the sake of the little place.
And one another thing. There is no reason to downvote my question, because I am not playing around here, but the question just jumped in my head