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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Lab 2 of the Solubility module, called "Types of Solutions," is designed to help students develop an understanding of aqueous solutions: electrolytes and nonelectrolytes.
Contributors from Israel, Italy, Russia, Greece, Czech Republic, and China describe experimental investigations of the dielectric, spectroscopic, thermodynamic, transport, and relaxation properties of both electrolytes and nonelectrolytes in liquid solutions.
Hildebrand, Solubility of Nonelectrolytes, Reinhold, New York (1936).