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CONDUCTIVITY TEST - Distilled Water<br />
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Electrolytes, compounds in solution, are ionized by an electrical current. The ions then move towards the oppositely charged electrode giving up their charge. Distilled water is a poor conductor or a weak electrolyte. The lamp does not light.

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CONDUCTIVITY TEST - Distilled Water
(1 of 3)
Electrolytes, compounds in solution, are ionized by an electrical current. The ions then move towards the oppositely charged electrode giving up their charge. Distilled water is a poor conductor or a weak electrolyte. The lamp does not light.

Copyright:© 1970 George Resch - Fundamental Photographs

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