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CONDUCTIVITY TEST<br />
(2 of 5)<br />
Solid Sodium Chloride Does Not Conduct Electricity<br />
Ionic solid NaCl is a lattice of individual ions held together by coloumbic forces equal in all directions. The electrons transfer from metal to non-metal but there are no free electrons that might conduct electricity.

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CONDUCTIVITY TEST
(2 of 5)
Solid Sodium Chloride Does Not Conduct Electricity
Ionic solid NaCl is a lattice of individual ions held together by coloumbic forces equal in all directions. The electrons transfer from metal to non-metal but there are no free electrons that might conduct electricity.

Copyright:© 2009 Richard Megna - Fundamental Photographs

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