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ICSE - X - Chemistry - Electrolytes, Non-Electrolytes and Electrolysis

why dont metallic conductors transfer metter and change the chemical properties even there is movement of electrons

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ICSE - X - Chemistry - Electrolytes, Non-Electrolytes and Electrolysis

Electrolytes conduct electricity due to free ions.But is not electric current a flow of electrons and they should contain free electrons

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ICSE - X - Chemistry - Electrolytes, Non-Electrolytes and Electrolysis

ammonia is a unionised in gaseous state but in aqeuous state,it is a weak electrolyte?

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ICSE - X - Chemistry - Electrolytes, Non-Electrolytes and Electrolysis

Define reducing agents and give examples of solid, liquid and gaseous reducing agents.

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ICSE - X - Chemistry - Electrolytes, Non-Electrolytes and Electrolysis

What is the meaning of electrolytic equilibrium?  

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ICSE - X - Chemistry - Electrolytes, Non-Electrolytes and Electrolysis

Name three parameters on which ionization of solution is dependent.

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ICSE - X - Chemistry - Electrolytes, Non-Electrolytes and Electrolysis

Name the substance which is a good conductor of electricity, but a bad conductor of heat.

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ICSE - X - Chemistry - Electrolytes, Non-Electrolytes and Electrolysis

Why is carbon tetrachloride a non-electrolyte?

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ICSE - X - Chemistry - Electrolytes, Non-Electrolytes and Electrolysis

Explain why copper, though a good conductor of electricity, is a non-electrolyte.

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ICSE - X - Chemistry - Electrolytes, Non-Electrolytes and Electrolysis

What is an electrolyte?

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ICSE - X - Chemistry - Electrolytes, Non-Electrolytes and Electrolysis

Name the solution which contains:(a) Only ions or mostly ions(b) Only molecules

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ICSE - X - Chemistry - Electrolytes, Non-Electrolytes and Electrolysis

THE METAL TO BE PLATED ON THE ARTICLE IS ALWAYS MADE THE ANODE. wHY?

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ICSE - X - Chemistry - Electrolytes, Non-Electrolytes and Electrolysis

An electrode ‘X’ is connected to the positive terminal of a battery and electrode ‘Y’ to the negative terminal. (i) Give the names of the electrodes X & Y. (ii) Which electrode is the reducing electrode.

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ICSE - X - Chemistry - Electrolytes, Non-Electrolytes and Electrolysis

Consider an electrode reaction: Cu  →  Cu2++ 2e-At which electrode (anode or cathode) would such a reaction take place? Is this an example of oxidation or reduction?

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ICSE - X - Chemistry - Electrolytes, Non-Electrolytes and Electrolysis

What are the particles present in a compound which is a non-electrolyte?

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ICSE - X - Chemistry - Electrolytes, Non-Electrolytes and Electrolysis

If an electrolyte is described as a strong electrolyte, what does this mean?

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ICSE - X - Chemistry - Electrolytes, Non-Electrolytes and Electrolysis

What change will you observe in the electrolyte during the electrolysis of copper sulphate solution with inert electrodes?

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How are electrolytes classified?

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