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praveen karthikeyan Grade: 9
        

though NaCl is a ionic compound yet molten NaCl do not conduct electricity. Why?

6 years ago

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Rahul Sharma
33 Points
										

Dera friend,


you need to remember that all ionic compounds conduct electricity in their molten states on aqueous solutions. Infact NaCl is no exception. The actual thing is that NaCl conducts electricity more readily in its aqueous solution than in its molten state

6 years ago
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