Ionic Equilibrium

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Introduction, Types and Function of Ionic Equilibrium

Substances that conduct electricity in its molten state or solution form (aqueous medium) are known as electrolytes. Ionic compound is known as electrolytes. Substances that do not conduct electricity in its molten state or solution form (aqueous medium) are known as non-electrolytes. Electrolytes that ionize almost completely in its solution form are known as strong electrolytes. Electrolytes that ionizes to small extent or ionizes incompletely in its solution form is said to be weak electrolytes.