Answer to Question #223240 in Inorganic Chemistry for Andy

Question #223240

Why does sodium chloride not conduct electricity in its solid form?

A. Ions in its structure are in fixed positions

B. It contains no free electrons

C. It has a giant covalent molecular structure.

D. Ions in its structure only have single negative and single positive charges.



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