## Chemistry 10th Edition

(a) A strong electrolyte is a compound that completely or almost completely ionizes/dissociates in a solution. For example $NaCl$ is a strong electrolyte, because it completely dissociates in water. (b) A weak electrolyte does not completely ionizes/dissociates in a solution. Example: $AgCl$ in water. (c) A nonelectrolyte does not have a ionized form in solution, which means that the molecules does not separate into ions in solution. Example: $C_6H_{12}O_6$ (d) A strong acid is a strong electrolyte that produces $H^+$ ions in water. Example: $HCl$ (e) A strong base is a strong electrolyte that produces $OH^-$ ions in water. Example: $NaOH$. (f) A weak acid is an acid (produces $H^+$) that does not completely dissociate in water. Example : $CH_3COOH$ (g) A weak base is a base (produces $OH^-$) that does not completely dissociate in water. Example: $NH_3$. (h) Insoluble bases are metal hydroxides with a very low solubility. Example: $Cu(OH)_2$