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Consider the expected conductivities of CaCl2(aq) and Ca(OH)2(aq). Which of these can be expected to have the higher conductivity. Explain your reasoning.

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    CaCl2 should have a higher conductance than Ca(OH)2. Both have three ions when the same concn is measured but CaCl2 is much more soluble than Ca(OH)2.

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