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What are the different physical properties between HCl and NaCl?
And explain the causes of their differences?

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    You will need to read in your text and look on the web for most of your information. First off, HCl is a gas and NaCl is a solid. HCl is a polar covalent bond while NaCl is an ionic bond. You can look up the boiling points, freezing points, delta H and that information. That should be enough to get you started.

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