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Properties of substances

Conduction of electricity - Test

1.

Which of these sets of elements contain three electrical conductors?

2.

All of the following substances are in solution. Select the list of solutions which are all conductors of electricity.

3.

Which of these sets is entirely made of substances which will never conduct under any circumstances?

4.

Select the set of substances where all will conduct electricity when in the molten (or liquid) state.

5.

Select the true statement about mercury.

6.

Select the true statement about calcium chloride.

7.

Select the true statement about hexane (C6H14).

8.

Which of these substances is not an electrolyte?

9.

When molten magnesium bromide is electrolysed, the correct ion-electron equation for the reaction at the positive electrode is:

10.

Choose the true statement from the following: