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2015-03-02T15:29:54+05:30
Glacial Acetic Acid is in pure form and it doesn't dissociate into ions. Therefore, it cannot conduct electricity.

Dilute Acetic Acid contains water, so it slightly dissociates and forms a small amount of ions. So it can conduct electricity.
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nope....acetic acid is a organic compound which has covalent bont it can dissociate in water to form partial -ve and partial +ve ions but unable to conduct electricity..
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nope....acetic acid is a organic compound which has covalent bont it can dissociate in water to form partial -ve and partial +ve ions but unable to conduct electricity..
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2015-03-02T18:37:25+05:30

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Acetic acid is a poor conductor of electricity as it does not dissociate into ions when electric current is passed through it.
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