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2014-12-12T21:02:47+05:30
Water(H2O) is a covalent compound because two hydrogen share their atom with one molecule of oxygen

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Pure water is a covalent compound as  hydrogen and oxygen are tightly held together.  Pure water is a poor conductor of electricity too. So no ions are present.

When salts are added or ionic substances or impurities are added, they help water molecules dissociate into  H+ and OH- ions.  In  that case water becomes ionic compound  in solutions.


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