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Sodium cyanide, empirical formula NaCN, is a solid which melts at 564 degrees C to give a liquid that conducts electricity. it also dissolves in water to give a conducting solution. Use these properties to deduce the type of bonding that holds this compound together.

It must be ionic or at least polar covalent

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