1.Define Electrolyte.2.Solutions that are electrolytes have ions in solution. These ions are surrounded bylayers of water molecules known as the solvation sphere. Ions with their solvationspheres are able to move freely about the solution and thus can be capable oftransporting an electrical charge. For each of the following compounds identify theions that will occur in solution.Anion(s)CompoundCation(s)Name2 Cl (aq)+2(aq)BaCl2barium chlorideNa2SZnBr2FeCl3LIOHAGC2H3O2Mn(CIO4)2KЗРО4CuCl2Al(NO3)sCo2(SO4)381

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1.
Define Electrolyte.
2.
Solutions that are electrolytes have ions in solution. These ions are surrounded by
layers of water molecules known as the solvation sphere. Ions with their solvation
spheres are able to move freely about the solution and thus can be capable of
transporting an electrical charge. For each of the following compounds identify the
ions that will occur in solution.
Anion(s)
Compound
Cation(s)
Name
2 Cl (aq)
+2
(aq)
BaCl2
barium chloride
Na2S
ZnBr2
FeCl3
LIOH
AGC2H3O2
Mn(CIO4)2
KЗРО4
CuCl2
Al(NO3)s
Co2(SO4)3
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1. Define Electrolyte. 2. Solutions that are electrolytes have ions in solution. These ions are surrounded by layers of water molecules known as the solvation sphere. Ions with their solvation spheres are able to move freely about the solution and thus can be capable of transporting an electrical charge. For each of the following compounds identify the ions that will occur in solution. Anion(s) Compound Cation(s) Name 2 Cl (aq) +2 (aq) BaCl2 barium chloride Na2S ZnBr2 FeCl3 LIOH AGC2H3O2 Mn(CIO4)2 KЗРО4 CuCl2 Al(NO3)s Co2(SO4)3 81

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Cation: When electrons are removed from the atom that results to form positively charged ion called catio...

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Electrolyte is the substance, which produces cation and anions when it is dissolves in water
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Electrolyte: Electrolyte is the substance, which produces cation and anions when it is dissolves in water

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