Bailey T.

asked • 07/19/21

Chemistry 122 d

Briefly explain why an aqueous solution of calcium chloride would be considered an electrolyte but and aqueous solution of glucose (C6H12O6) would not. How would they behave differently in an electrical circuit as described in class?

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