answersLogoWhite

0


Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered 2010-09-01 19:56:40

Electrolytes are substances that release ions in water.

001
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0
User Avatar

Your Answer

Loading...

Still have questions?

Related Questions

What are some examples of electrolytes and nonelectrolytes?

I know gatorade has some electrolytes :D


What compounds are nonelectrolytes?

Many polymers are non -electrolytes. Virtually all plastics are non-electrolytes.


Are lipids monosaccharides and neutral fat electrolytes?

they are nonelectrolytes and are a separate class of molecules from monosaccharides.


Electrolytes have a greater effect on freezing-point depression than nonelectrolytes because electrolytes?

its because they are attracted to one another in a solution


What is the difference between electrolytes and nonelectrolytes?

electrolytes react with water to form ions in solution, and nonelectrolytes have molecules.Electrolytes are ionic compounds and some covalent compounds like strong acids. Non electrolytes do not ionize in water. Only covalent compounds like CH4 and C6H6 can be nonelectrolytes-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------♥Compounds whose solutions in water or whose molten states are capable of conducting electricity are called electrolytes. They are either acids, bases, or salts. Solutions of these compounds contain ions. Electrolytes which in solution are completely or almost completely in the form of ions are called strong electrolytes. They are very good conductors. Those whose solutions contain mostly covalent molecules are poor conductors of electricity and are called weak electrolytes. Non electrolytes are compounds whose solutions DO NOT conduct electricity. ^^;


Electrolytes affect colligative properties differently than do nonelectrolytes because electrolytes?

produce more moles of solute particles per mole of solute


Why doesn't the pH partition hyothesis work for strong electrolytes or nonelectrolytes?

Their absorption and excretion does not depend on their extent of ionization in an aqueous environment or pH and pKa.


What are strong electrolytes weak electrolytes and nonelectrolytes?

A strong electrolyte dissociates completely in solution in a polar solvent into charged particles; a weak electrolyte dissociates in solution in a polar solvent only to a sufficient extent to satisfy an equilibrium between dissociated and undissociated forms; and a nonelectrolyte does not dissociate into charged particles in solution at all.


How does an electrolyte differ from a non electrolyte?

electrolytes react with water to form ions in solution, and nonelectrolytes have molecules.Electrolytes are ionic compounds and some covalent compounds like strong acids. Non electrolytes do not ionize in water. Only covalent compounds like CH4 and C6H6 can b .


How do you determine if a compound is electrolyte or nonelectrolyte?

Electrolytes: acids, bases, and salts (ionic compounds) Nonelectrolytes: usually covalent compounds with the exception of acids. Ionic compounds : One of the ions has a positive charge (called a "cation") and the other has a negative charge ("anion") *Electrolytes can be strong or weak


What is the key difference between electrolytes and non electrolytes?

Electrolytes can be dissociated in water forming ions.


Distinguish between the meaning of the Between and among?

Distinguish between atherosclerosis and arterioscelrosis


Distinguish between acids and bases?

Distinguish between acids and bases?


Distinguish between anabolism and catabolism?

is the distinguish the distance between the end! :D


Distinguish between ductile and brittle fracture?

distinguish between brittle and ductile


Define and distinguish between entries on the books and entries on the workpapers and explain why such an entries on the books and on the workpapers are required in the consolidation process?

what is distinguish between bookkeeping and accounting? what is distinguish between bookkeeping and accounting? what is distinguish between bookkeeping and accounting?


Distinguish between accounting and book keeping?

distinguish between book keeping and accounting


What is Distinguish Between Accounting Convention And Aoncept?

Distinguish Between Accounting Convention And Aoncept


What is the relationship between ionic compounds and electrolytes?

Ionic compounds form electrolytes in water solutions or when they are melted.


What are some examples of nonelectrolytes?

sugar is one example.


In water hydroxides of group 2 metals are?

nonelectrolytes


Distinguish between an elixir and a tincture and give an example of each?

distinguish between elixer & linctures


Distinguish between multi programming and multi processing?

Distinguish between multi programming and multi processing?


Distinguish between multiple alleles and polygenic inheritance?

distinguish between multiple allels and polygenic inheritance


What is a sentence for distinguish?

A common meaning of distinguish is to notice or recognize a difference between people or things. If you are color blind, you may be unable to distinguish between red and green.