Table 4.1 pg. 123 Flashcard

Strong Electrolyte
When dissolved in water, dissociates completely into cations and anions which are responsible for carrying the charge. Is a strong acid.
Weak Electrolyte
When dissolved in water, only partially dissociates and is not as effective as a strong electrolyte at conducting electricity. Is a weak acid.
nonelectrolyte
Doesn’t dissociate when dissolved in water and doesn’t conduct electricity.
HCl
Strong electrolyte
HNO3
Strong electrolyte
HClO4
Strong electrolyte
H2SO4
Strong electrolyte
NaOH
Strong electrolyte
Ba(OH)2
Strong electrolyte
CH3COOH
Weak electrolyte
HF
Weak electrolyte
HNO2
Weak electrolyte
NH3
Weak electrolyte
H2O
Weak electrolyte
(NH2)2CO(urea)
nonelectrolyte
CH3OH(methanol)
nonelectrolyte
C2H5OH(ethanol)
nonelectrolyte
C6H12O6 (glucose)
nonelectrolyte
C12H22O11(sucrose)
nonelectrolyte

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