4th October 2019


Is ch3cooh a strong or weak acid?

HCl is a strong acid, and CH3COOH is a weak acid. During a reaction with a strong base, the weak acid is forced to completely dissociate (there is no weak acid molecule left intact at the equivalence point). Since it completely dissociates, you might think the ∆Hrxn would be the same as the strong acid HCl.

Also know, is KCL an electrolyte?

Substances, which ionize in aqueous solution into positive and negative ions and conduct electricity are known as ELECTROLYTES . Electrolytes also conduct electricity in molten state. Example: NaCl , HCl , HNO3, H2SO4, KCl , CuSO4 , ZnSO4 etc.

Is acetic acid an electrolyte or Nonelectrolyte?

Glacial acetic acid is the undiluted form of acetic acid. When it remains undiluted, it is a weak reducing agent. As far as the question goes, yes glacial acetic acid is non-electrolyte. This is because it is a poor covalent compound which only partly reacts to create ions in a solution.

What is an example of a Nonelectrolyte?

Weak acids and weak bases are weak electrolytes. A nonelectrolyte does not dissociate at all in solution and therefore does not produce any ions. Nonelectrolytes are typically polar covalent substances that do dissolve in water as molecules instead of ions. Sugar (C12H22O11) is a good example of a nonelectrolyte.
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