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NaNO3: Ionic, covalent, both?

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Hi, I am new to chemistry and been keeping up with my summer school work on chemistry. There is one problem I am stuck on.....

 

Is NaNO3 a ionic, covalent, or both?

 

Thanks.

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The NO3 is covalently bonded though.

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What are you doing with NaNO3, making bombs?

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What are you doing with NaNO3, making bombs?

You don't have to be cynical about everybyody who asks a question. I just read the sticky about pointing out hazards (which i agree with), but NaNO3, and it's bro KNO3 are used in meat preservatives aswell are they not?

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