Tell us about the mechanism of dissociation in aqueous solutions of compounds with an ionic crystal lattice (salts or bases).

When ionic compounds are dissolved in water, water molecules are attracted by two negative poles to the cations of the ionic compound, and the positive poles to the anions of the ionic compound. As a result, the bond between the cation and the anion is weakened and the crystal lattice is destroyed. Cations and anions pass into solution in the form of hydrated ions. This process is facilitated by the large dielectric constant of the ox.

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