Problem: Which of the following compounds is a strong electrolyte? (i) HF (ii) CH3CH2OH (iii) CH3OH(iv) NaF (e) H2O

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A strong electrolyte is usually an ionic compound which easily dissociates in water

(i) HF (non-electrolyte)\

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Which of the following compounds is a strong electrolyte? 

(i) HF 

(ii) CH3CH2OH 

(iii) CH3OH

(iv) NaF 

(e) H2O

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