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What liquids do electrolytes pass through?
Question Date: 2016-04-20
Answer 1:

Electrolytes are ions that form when salts dissolve in water or fluids. Therefore, the liquid they pass through is water. In addition, when the ionic compound melt at very high temperature, electrolytes will also be formed.

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