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explain why Fe conduct electricity when solid but Iron II Chloride does not conduct when...

explain why Fe conduct electricity when solid but Iron II Chloride does not conduct when solid?

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Immaculate
9 months ago
In the solid state, ionic compounds such as ionic ll chloride have their ions fixed in position and therefore these ions cannot move so solid ionic compounds cannot conduct electricity.
  • Immaculate: Metals, such as iron, have metallic bonds. In a metallic bond, the electrons are free to move around more than one atom. ... Because the electrons involved in the metallic bond of iron are free-moving, iron is a good conductor.
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