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Any compound which can disassociate into ions in solution is an electrolyte. These are most commonly water soluble salts, acids, and bases.

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Ionic compounds- compunds that dissociate into ions when dissolved or molten.

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Strong electrolytes are those compounds that completely dissociate/ionize in aqueous solution. These include the strong acids, strong bases, and soluble salts.

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