Ionic solution conducting electricity

Ionic solution conducting electricity

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Caption: Ionic solution conducting electricity. Copper sulphate solution (CuSO4, blue) in a beaker with two carbon rod electrodes suspended in it. The electrodes are connected to a power supply (top left), a bulb (centre right) and an ammeter (right). CuSO4 forms an ionic solution when dissolved in water. The free moving ions (positive or negative charged particles) make it easy for an electric current to pass through the solution. When the power supply is turned on the bulb will light and a reading will appear on the screen of the ammeter, showing that current is flowing through the solution.

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