a. False. A conductive solution will always contain a strong or weak electrolyte. b. True. c. False. A strong acid is a strong electrolyte. d. False. All soluble ionic compounds are strong electrolytes in water.
Work Step by Step
a. Nonelectrolytes such as sugar may also create a concentrated solution. However, nonelectrolytes cannot create a solution that conducts electricity. b. Strong electrolytes can dissociate into ions and allows the solution to conduct electricity. c. Weak acids are categorized as weak electrolytes. d. If an ionic substance is insoluble, it will not be able to conduct electricity in solution as a solid.