Problem: In water, a substance that partially ionizes in solution is called a A) weak electrolyte. B) nonelectrolyte. C) nonconductor.D) strong electrolyte.

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We are asked what is a substance that partially ionizes in solution.


strong electrolyte → completely dissociate

weak electrolyte →remain mostly undissociated 

nonelectrolyte → does not dissociate


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In water, a substance that partially ionizes in solution is called a 

A) weak electrolyte. 

B) nonelectrolyte. 

C) nonconductor.

D) strong electrolyte.

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