Problem: Show how each of the following strong electrolytes “breaks up” into its component ions upon dissolving in water by drawing molecular-level pictures.a. NaBrb. MgCl2c. Al(NO3)3d. (NH4)2SO4e. NaOHf. FeSO4g. KMnO4h. HClO4i. NH4C2H3O2 (ammonium acetate)

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Show how each of the following strong electrolytes “breaks up” into its component ions upon dissolving in water by drawing molecular-level pictures.

a. NaBr

b. MgCl2

c. Al(NO3)3

d. (NH4)2SO4

e. NaOH

f. FeSO4

g. KMnO4

h. HClO4

i. NH4C2H3O2 (ammonium acetate)

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