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Which One of the Following Property is Generally Not Exhibited by Ionic Compounds? (A) Solubility in Water (B) Electrical Conductivity in Solid State (C) High Melting and Boiling Points (D) Electrical Conductivity in Molten State - CBSE Class 10 - Science

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Which one of the following property is generally not exhibited by ionic compounds?
(a) solubility in water
(b) electrical conductivity in solid state
(c) high melting and boiling points
(d) electrical conductivity in molten state

Solution

electrical conductivity in solid state

Because ionic compounds conduct electricity only in molten state or when dissolved in water to form aqueous solution.

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Solution Which One of the Following Property is Generally Not Exhibited by Ionic Compounds? (A) Solubility in Water (B) Electrical Conductivity in Solid State (C) High Melting and Boiling Points (D) Electrical Conductivity in Molten State Concept: Formation and Properties of Ionic Compounds.
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