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Electrolyte

Electrolyte

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Conductivity

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Conductor
Conductors are materials that contain movable charges of electricity. It allow electric current to flow through it. Conductivity Can conduct electric current in solid and liquid state. Example Metal and Graphite

Conductor

Non-electrolyte

Electrolyte

Electrolyte

Non-electrolyte
A non-electrolyte is a substance whose molecules in solution do not dissociate to ions and thus do not conduct electric current. Conductivity Cannot conduct electricity in any condition. Example Non-metal and Covalent compound (Except Acid)

Electrolyte
An electrolyte is a substance that dissociates into free ions when dissolved (or molten), to produce an electrically conductive medium. Conductivity Can conduct electricity when molten or in aqueous solution. Cannot conduct electricity when in solid state. Example Acids, bases or ionic compound

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