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When it's in a solid form no but if it is a liquid (when placed in a solution) then yes it does conduct electricity.

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Being an ionic compound, Potassium chloride will not conduct electricity as a solid but will when molten.

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In solid state potassium chloride is electrically non-conductive.
In solution or after melting KCl become an electrolyte.

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In aquous form KCl conduct electricity

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