explain two properties of potassium iodide in terms of intermolecular forces

Please explain two properties of potassium iodide in terms of intermolecular forces.

 

Ionic compound with strong ionic bonds making melting point high. Also charged ions in the solid attach to water molecules when added to water, and the solid dissolves. Also it does not conduct electricity when solid as ions cannot move but does conduct well when dissolved in water or melted

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