The compound must be able to dissociate in ions in water solution or when is molten.An electrolyte is a substance which contain free ions. An electrolyte compound should dissociate in aqueous medium. NaoH is a strong electrolyte.
Do you mean how is an organic compound different from an inorganic compound? If so, an organic compound has carbon, an inorganic compound does not need to have carbon.
No, An electrolyte is typically an ionic compound, and acid, or a base.
CH4 is a covalently bonded compound and is a non-electrolyte.
There is no compound with the formula AlCl. However, AlCl3 is an electrolyte,
if a compound is organic then it must have carbon in it because carbon is organic, so if the compound does not have carbon than it is not organic
no this is not an organic compound
No; for a compound to be organic is has to contain carbon No; for a compound to be organic is has to contain carbon
Being a large organic molecule, napthalene is a weak electrolyte.
it is a covalent compound so it is a non-electrolyte.
Yeast is an organic compound.
it is organic
Yes it is organic compound
Yes, it is an organic compound.
No, it is not an organic compound.
It is a organic compound.It has fulfilled needs be a organic compound.
An organic compound is a compound that includes carbon. KCl is not an organic compound, because it contains only potassium and chlorine.
Cellulose is an organic compound
its an organic compound
Meat is an organic compound.
No, an organic compound must have carbon.
It is an organic compound.