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sodium sulfate is soluble in water. How do you expect its conducatance to compare to sodium acetate at the same concentration? explain

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    I would expect Na2SO4 to be higher than NaC2H3O2. Na2SO4 produces 3 ions per molecule while NaC2H3O2 produces just 2 ions per molecule.

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    thank you so much! this make more sense than what my friend try to explain to me!

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