Problem: Each of the following compounds is soluble in water. For which compounds do you expect the resulting aqueous solution to conduct electrical current?a. CsClb. CH3OHc. Ca(NO2)2d. C6H12O6

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Strong electrolytes: dissociate completely in water; include soluble ionic salts, strong acids, and bases

Weak electrolytes: doesn’t dissociate completely in water; include weak acids and bases

Nonelectrolytes: doesn’t dissociate at all; include molecular compounds


Strong electrolytes → conduct electricity


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Each of the following compounds is soluble in water. For which compounds do you expect the resulting aqueous solution to conduct electrical current?
a. CsCl
b. CH3OH
c. Ca(NO2)2
d. C6H12O6

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