Is water formed by covalent bonding? then why does it conduct electricity whereas ionic bonds do not do so.

Asked by pr_prashant | 6th Oct, 2010, 02:05: PM

Expert Answer:

In pure state water is a poor conductir of electricity. In the presence of small amount of an acid or a base, it gets ionsised and conducts electricity.

Answered by  | 6th Oct, 2010, 05:03: PM

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