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For questions about ions - atomic or molecular particles having a net electric charge. Do NOT use this tag just because your question involves ions but is not about the ions themselves (as in electrochemistry, etc.).

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sodium atom to the chlorine atom, both of these gain a charge on them; the sodium atom or ion has a charge of $1+$ and the chlorine ion has a charge of $1-$. Both of these ions attract each other and … it interacts with the hydroxide ion or does it gain the charge by any transfer of electrons to the $OH^-$ ion and becomes $Ca^{2+}$ to bond with the $OH^-$ ion? I think the polyatomic ions say $OH …
asked Nov 8 '13 by Samama Fahim