(Show that) or why HCL and sulphuric acid act as electrolytes , whereas glucose and alcohol do not acts as electrolytes.
Asked by | 7th Jul, 2011, 12:56: AM
Electrolytes are those substances which when dissolve in water get ionise into its ions,so HCl and H2SO4 can easily ionise while glucose can not.
Answered by | 6th Jul, 2011, 10:08: PM
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