IONIC AND MOLECULAR SOLUTIONS - TUTORIAL 7
This tutorial contains the definitions and examples for ionic solutions like salts used in anything from soft drinks to fertilizers and cleaners, acids and bases (used in soaps and detergents) and molecular solutions which include cleaning solvents and alcohol liquids. The electrical conductivities of various solutions are explained using molecular models of these two types of compounds. Example questions are given and solved. The "Solutions" for this Tutorial on the web page contain the answers to the questions. These tutorials were originally created to help students learn materials on solubility equilibrium. They are written in a "conversational" style, easy to follow, and great learning tools.
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