Electrolytes

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Electrolytes are substances that conduct electricity when they are dissolved in a solvent.
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Electrolytes are substances that conduct electricity when they are dissolved in a solvent.  
  
Electrolyis experiments are frequently done in which an anode and cathode are played into the electrolyte. The negative ions move towards the anode which is positively charged and the positive ions move towards the cathose which is negatively charged.
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Electrolyis experiments are frequently done in which an anode and cathode are played into the electrolyte.  
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The negative ions called anions move towards the anode which is positively charged and the positive ions called cations move towards the cathose which is negatively charged.

Revision as of 11:07, 4 December 2016

Electrolytes are substances that conduct electricity when they are dissolved in a solvent.

Electrolyis experiments are frequently done in which an anode and cathode are played into the electrolyte.

The negative ions called anions move towards the anode which is positively charged and the positive ions called cations move towards the cathose which is negatively charged.

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