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Chemistry: Electrolytes & Nonelectrolytes - Lesson Guide

by Texas Instruments

About the Lesson

Electrolytes are substances whose water solution conduct electricity, while nonelectrolytes do not conduct electricity.  To understand why some substances conduct electricity and others do not, we need to understand the chemical bonding that exists in compounds.  In this module, students will explore the chemical bonding that exists in compounds to understand why some are electrolytes and some are nonelectrolytes.


This Lesson Guide allows you to preview the variety of activities provided for this module, as well as give a suggested flow (lesson plan) of the lesson. The Lesson Guide is a PublishViewTM document (.tnsp).  


The Compounds_Assess.tns file contains questions associated with this module, but may contain additional related materials not specifically covered in this module. This file is provided in Exam mode. If you wish to use them as a self-check or review, this property can be changed under Question Properties in the TI-Nspire Teacher software prior to providing the file to students.