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Give Reasons Why Sodium Chloride Will Conduct Electricity Only in the Fused Or Aqueous Solution State - Chemistry

Question

Give reasons why Sodium Chloride will conduct electricity only in the fused or aqueous solution state.

Solution

Electrostatic forces of attraction between ions in the solid state are very strong. These forces weaken in the fused state or in the solution state. Hence, ions become mobile

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Give Reasons Why Sodium Chloride Will Conduct Electricity Only in the Fused Or Aqueous Solution State Concept: Electrolysis - Substances Containing Ions Only.
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