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Abbey Blair Period 5 Conductivity, Ionization, and Dissociation Solids: C 12 H 22 O 11 , Covalent, is not a conductor because it has no ions. NaOH, both ionic and covalent but is primarily ionic, does not conduct because it is deliquecent and forms a solution and has no moving ions. Cu, metallic, does conduct because it has mobile electrons. Liquids: Distilled water, covalent, it does not conduct because its missing ions. Tap water, covalent, it does conduct because there are dissolved ions present. C 2 H 5 OH, covalent, does not conduct because there are no ions. HC 2 H 3 O2, glacial, covalent, does not conduct because there are no ions. Solutions: NaH 2 O, ionic, aqueous,it conducts because ions are free to move. C 2 H 22 O 11 , covalent, it does not conduct because there are no ions to conduct. NaOH, ionic, will conduct because ions are free to move. HCl, covalent, will conduct, aqueous, highly concentrated.
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Unformatted text preview: HCl, less concenTraTed, covalenT, will conducT. HC 2 H 3 O 2 , covalenT, will conducT, dissolved in waTer. HC 2 H 3 O 2, covalenT, less dissolved in waTer, weaker, will conducT. Questons: 1. MeTals conducT elecTriciTy 2. Ionic compounds in a solid phase do noT conducT electciTy like if They were in The liquid sTaTe and in aqueous soluton because ions are noT moving in solids. 3. Organic solids and liquids no noT conducT aT all due To The lack of ions. 4. There is no diference in conductvi±y oF 6M and 0.1 HCl. 5. The lack oF diferences in conductvi±y oF glacial acetc acid, 6M acetc acid, and 0.1M acetc acid is due ±o ±he Fac± ±ha± ±he ions are mobile and allow ±hem ±o conduc±. Conclusion In ±his lab we looked a± ±he diference be±ween a subs±ance ±ha± conduc±s and one ±ha± doesn’±....
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