How does acetic acid differ from hydrochloric acid in degree of conductivity, and why?
For a solution to be a good conductive is when it contains a high number of ions that will serve as electrons shuttles from one electrode to another.
Having said that, solutions that can produce a high number of ions in solutions will be highly conductive solutions and they are called strong electrolytes.
However, acetic acid
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