We know that very pure water does not conduct electricity, but salt water is a decent conductor. This is commonly explained by saying that "the ions carry the current through the solution", an ...
Is sea water more conductive than pure water because “electrical current is transported by the ions in solution”?
Apparently, electrical charge is transported by the ions dissolved in water, is this true?
What is highest water pressure at which electrolysis can be performed to derive hydrogen and oxygen? Does the dielectric constant of water, which which lowers as pressure increases, have an effect on ...