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Sodium chloride is an electrolyte?


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Answered 2014-06-04 20:03:24

Sodium chloride is an electrolyte in water solutions or after melting.

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Is solid sodium chloride an electrolyte?

Solid sodium chloride in not an electrolyte.


Is solution of sodium chloride a electrolyte?

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Is sodium chloride an electrolyte?

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Is dry sodium chloride a strong electrolyte?

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Would a solution of sodium chloride be a electrolyte?

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Why is sodium chloride not a conductor?

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Is sodium chloride an elecrtolyte?

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Why does sodium chloride powder not conduct?

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Is sodium chloride a strong electrolyte?

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Why does sodium chloride is a strong electrolyte?

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Is sodium chloride eletrolyte?

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Solid sodium chloride does not conduct electricity but in molten state conduts electricity readily.Why?

Solid sodium chloride is not an electrolyte; molten sodium chloride is dissociated and is an electrolyte.


Why doesn't sodium chloride in the solid form conduct electricity but molten sodium chloride does?

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Why does a mixture of sodium chloride and water conduct electricity but sodium chloride crystal does not?

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Sodium chloride and sodium chloride crystals in its electrical conductivity?

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Why does sodium chloride and water conduct electricity but a sodium chloride crystal does not?

In water sodium chloride is dissociated and the solution become an electrolyte, electrically conductive. The solid NaCl is not an electrolyte.


Why does aqueous sodium chloride conduct electricity but dry sodium chloride does not?

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Is sodium chloride an elctrolyte?

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Sodium chloride is an electrolyte when is in a water solution or melted.


Why does a sodium chloride crystal not conduct electricity?

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Is sodium chloride a strong or weak electrolyte?

It is a strong electrolyte


Is sodium chloride a electrolyte?

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Conductivity of sodium chloride?

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