Asked by: Aryaman Deekenasked in category: General Last Updated: 12th May, 2020
What type of electrolyte is BaSO4?
|plumbous sulfate||PbSO4 - insoluble|
|strontium sulfide||SrS - strong|
|barium sulfate||BaSO4 - insoluble|
|cuprous fluoride||CuF - insoluble|
Similarly one may ask, is barium sulfate an electrolyte?
Barium sulfate is an ionic compound. Explain why it does not conduct electricity. Sample answer: Barium sulfate is not soluble in water, so no ions are present to conduct electricity.
Additionally, is h2so3 an electrolyte? Weak Electrolytes: – All other acids are weak acids/weak electrolytes: HF, HC2H3O2, HNO2, H2SO3, etc. Nonelectrolytes: – Molecular compounds (except for acids): water, sugar, most organic compounds, etc.
Considering this, what type of electrolyte is h2co3?
A) H2CO3 is a weak electrolyte.
Is Sugar an electrolyte?
Strong electrolytes are substances that completely break apart into ions when dissolved. The most familiar example of a strong electrolyte is table salt, sodium chloride. Sugar, for example, dissolves readily in water, but remains in the water as molecules, not as ions. Sugar is classified as a non-electrolyte.