Problem: Which is a FALSE statement? (A) The lattice energy of LiCl has a larger magnitude than that of NaCl. (B) The lattice energy of CaO has a larger magnitude than that of NaCl. (C) Na reacts with 1/2 Cl 2 to form NaCl molecules (D) Some ionic compounds may not conduct electricity when dissolved in water. (E) Lattice energy decreases as ionic radius increases as long as charge remains constant.

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Which is a FALSE statement?

(A) The lattice energy of LiCl has a larger magnitude than that of NaCl.

(B) The lattice energy of CaO has a larger magnitude than that of NaCl.

(C) Na reacts with 1/2 Cl 2 to form NaCl molecules

(D) Some ionic compounds may not conduct electricity when dissolved in water.

(E) Lattice energy decreases as ionic radius increases as long as charge remains constant.

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