Identify each as a strong electrolyte, weak electrolyte, or nonelectrolyte: a. Al2(CO3)3                                             ["weak electrolyte", "nonelectrolyte", "strong                                     electrolyte"]            b. HC2H3O2                                                         ["nonelectrolyte", "strong electrolyte", "weak                                     electrolyte"]            c. CO2                                                 ["strong electrolyte", "weak electrolyte", "nonelectrolyte"]            d. Ca(NO3)2                                                ["weak electrolyte", "nonelectrolyte", "strong electrolyte"]

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Identify each as a strong electrolyte, weak electrolyte, or nonelectrolyte:

a. Al2(CO3)3                          

                  ["weak electrolyte", "nonelectrolyte", "strong                                     electrolyte"]           

b. HC2H3O2                                        

                ["nonelectrolyte", "strong electrolyte", "weak                                     electrolyte"]           

c. CO2                                                 ["strong electrolyte", "weak electrolyte", "nonelectrolyte"]           

d. Ca(NO3)2                                                ["weak electrolyte", "nonelectrolyte", "strong electrolyte"]           

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