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Is it true that most covalent compounds break up into positively and negatively charged ions when dissolved in water?
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No, not most of them but only some covalent compounds break up into positively and negatively charged ions when dissolved in water. For example hydrogen chloride can ionize to form hydrogen and chloride ions.
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