Problem: Consider a solid that has a molar mass of 180.2 g/mol and a melting point of 423K. This solid is a terrible electrical conductor, even when fully dissolved in an aqueous medium. What type of solid is this compound? 1. Molecular 2. Ionic 3. Network 4. Metallic

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Consider a solid that has a molar mass of 180.2 g/mol and a melting point of 423K. This solid is a terrible electrical conductor, even when fully dissolved in an aqueous medium. What type of solid is this compound?

1. Molecular

2. Ionic

3. Network

4. Metallic

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