My biochemistry teacher explained that ionic bonds are sensitive to pH and temperature.
If the pH rises, I understand that the extra protons can bind to the cations and thus make them lose their negative charge, which ends the attraction between them and the anions (please correct me if I misunderstood).
But for temperature, I don't really see in what way it could affect the attraction between the anions and the cations. Can temperature alter electronic charges?
Maybe it's just a mistake in my notes and I mixed up with hydrogen bonds, but I'm not sure.
Thanks for your help.