Why are the ions free to move in aqueous and molten solutions Watch

DavidRichter
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This is how the dissolved salts can conduct elcetricity but I don't understand why mixing it with water would allow the ions to become free. I understand this may be diffrent with molten and aqueous, but I need to know both
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This is how the dissolved salts can conduct elcetricity but I don't understand why mixing it with water would allow the ions to become free. I understand this may be diffrent with molten and aqueous, but I need to know both
Ions can move in aqueous solutions because the Inter molecular forces are overcome because they are attracted to the dipoles on the H20
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there's to components to this, chemical properties and conductivity
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