ARTICLES

Strong acids and strong bases dissociate completely into ions when in solution. The presence of free ions to move under an electric current makes them strong electrolytes.

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HNO3 is a strong electrolyte. An electrolyte is any material that separates into negatively charged ions, or anions, and positively charged ions, or cations, in water. A strong electrolyte ionizes 100 percent. Strong aci...

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Substances that are strong electrolytes are ionic compounds that will disassociate completely in water and create a solution that conducts electricity. Weak electrolytes, although they will form some ions in water, will ...

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SIMILAR ARTICLES

Sodium acid pyrosphosphate is a water-soluble chemical used in the food industry to prevent rapid changes in the acidity of a solution when other acids or bases are added. Also known as disodium pyrophosphate, it is used...

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A weak acid is defined by its lower level of ionization with the surrounding solution than strong acids, meaning that it has a lower tendency to exchange protons. Examples of weak acids include ethanoic acid, carbonic ac...

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Strong acids and bases are characterized by the way their constituent molecules are both fully ionized in a solution. Only a small number of acids and bases break down into nothing but their constituent ions when dissolv...

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Soap is a base consisting of metallic salts, usually in the form of sodium, from fatty acids. The first soaps consisted of water, oil and lye, which gave the soap its alkaline nature and reacted with the oils to form the...

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