MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
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Compounds, which in their molten state allow an electric current to pass through them are called
- none of these
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Solution Multiple Choice Questions Compounds, Which in Their Molten State Allow an Electric Current to Pass Through Them Are Called Electrolytes Non-electrolytes Non-conductors None of These Concept: Concept for Chemical Reactions.