POLAR COVALENT COMPOUNDS which had put with ionic compounds in the same water will form into the electrolyte solution.
Polar covalent compounds: unequal sharing of electrons. Basically, one element has a much higher electronegativity ("liking" of electrons) than the others. Like in water: Oxygen has a much higher electronegativity and positive charge than the hydrogens. So, the electrons will spend most of their time with the oxygen. This will make the oxygen act like a negative and the hydrogen act like a positive.
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Mostly ionic solutions are the ones which are used as electrolytes. It is because of the concentration of the ions produced in the solution. So, they act as suitable electrolytes.
Electrons are shared between two atoms during the formation of a covalent bond
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because they re-act better to electricity
generally the solute
What causes fruit to conduct electricity are the acids in the fruits. They act as electrolytes, which is similar to the acid in batteries.
No. Compounds have unique chemical and physical properties different from the elements of which they are made.
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It's not a "nutrient" as such but is vital to carry nutrients etc around the body, and to act as the solvent to give electrolytes necessary in cellular processes.
Electrolytes are conductors of electricity because they are ions and ions are conductors of electricity, both positively and negatively charged. When we speak of ions as conductors of electricity we are not speaking only of electricity we use for lighting our homes or for electrical appliances we find in the home. Electrolytes are elements in the body such as sodium and potassium, which are minerals and chemicals like chlorides, bicarbonates sodium, potassium and magnesium. Potassium and sodium are also elements found in blood and body fluids. Compounds, which separate into ions, when they are dissolved in water are conductors of electricity. They break into positive and negative ions when dissolved in water making them conductors of electricity. Positive ions are called cation and negative ions are called anion. Electrolytes create a conductive medium when they dissociate free ions as they dissolve in water, these are called ionic solutes. Electrolytes contain electric currents and as electrically charged ions, act as conductors of electricity. Electrolytes can be found in acids, salts and some gases in high temperature or in low pressure. Electrolytes can be considered concentrated, when the concentration of ions is high or they can be dilute when a low concentration of ions is present. Electrolytes will dissolve in water an create a solution, which conducts electrical current, therefore electrolytes are considered to be conductors of electricity.
Protein molecules have covalent bonds in them, and there are hydrogen bonds that act as intermolecular bonds.
Amphoteric, or, more commonly 'buffers'
Because the particles of hydrogen in the water are charged
When ionic compounds are dissolved in water, they do seperate into ions and act as free ions in the solutions and it makes the conductivity.
RNA's that can act as enzymes are called ribozymes. Its function is to catalyze the cleavage and formation of covalent bonds in RNA strands at particular sites.
They act as catalysts for reactions and as producers, transporters and modifiers for other compounds and proteins.
all ionic compoundsIonic compounds always act as an electrolyte.As soon as they are added to water to form solutions, they dissociate in their constituent ions.
most of the metals (either in the form of native metals or as their compounds) are known to act as catalysts for one reaction or the other.
they are layers and they act like layers