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Explain the Following: Sodium Chloride is an Ionic Compound Which Does Not Conduct Electricity in Solid State Whereas It Does Conduct Electricity in the Molten State as Well as in an Aqueous - Science

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Explain the following: 

Sodium chloride is an ionic compound which does not conduct electricity in solid state whereas it does conduct electricity in the molten state as well as in an aqueous solution.

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Solution

NaCI conducts electricity in the molten state and in aqueous Answers because ions are free to move whereas in solid-state ions are not free to move.

Concept: Electrovalent (Or Ionic) Bond
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