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Which substance is an electrolyte?

C2H5OH
C6H12O6
C12H22O11
CH3COOH

  • chemistry -

    The empirical formula is not enough to know with certainty; however, from the limited information available, the only one I see is acetic acid, the last one, and it is a WEAK electrolyte. I think all of the others are non-electrolytes.

  • chemistry -

    C2H5OH

  • AP Chemistry -

    100% sure CH3COOH

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