Would an aqueous solution of a salt containing NO metal ions be capable of conducting a current?

1 Answer
Mar 21, 2016

An aqueous solution of non-metal salts would be quite capable of conducting electricity.


An ammonium chloride solution is composed of #NH_4^+# and #Cl^-# ions, both non-metals. Such a solution would be quite conductive to electricity as charged particles are still present.