nonelectrolyte


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nonelectrolyte

 [non″e-lek´tro-līt]
a compound which, dissolved in water, does not separate into charged particles and is incapable of conducting an electric current.

non·e·lec·tro·lyte

(non'ē-lek'trō-līt),
A substance with molecules that do not, in solution, dissociate to ions and, therefore, do not carry an electric current.

nonelectrolyte

/non·elec·tro·lyte/ (-e-lek´tro-līt) a substance that does not dissociate into ions; in solution it is a nonconductor of electricity.

non·e·lec·tro·lyte

(non'ĕ-lek'trō-līt)
A substance with molecules that do not, in solution, dissociate to ions and therefore do not carry an electric current.

nonelectrolyte

a compound which, dissolved in water, does not separate into charged particles and is incapable of conducting an electric current.
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