Electrolyte FAQs:


Q: Is electrolyte a substance that produces an electrically conducting solution when dissolved in a polar solvent?

A: Yes, and such as water.

Q: Are electrolytes important?

A: Yes.

Q: Are electrolytes a commonly performed diagnostic procedure?

A: Yes, and performed via blood testing with ion-selective electrodes or urinalysis by medical technologists.

Q: Are electrolytes sodium , potassium , calcium , magnesium , chloride , hydrogen phosphate , and hydrogen carbonate?

A: Yes, The electric charge symbols of plus and minus indicate that the substance is ionic in nature and has an imbalanced distribution of electrons, the result of chemical dissociation.

Q: Is electrolyte strong?

A: Yes, if most of the solute does not dissociate, the electrolyte is weak.