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Why acetic has less conductivity than Hcl?
Acetic acid has less conductivity, because it ionizes less in solution. HCl separates almost completely in solution to form the ions Cl- and H+. Acetic acid only partially ionizes into CH3COO- and H+ with lots of it staying as complete CH3COOH molecules. It is the concentration of ions in a solution, which determines its conductivity. An electric current passes through the solution by movement of these ions. The extent to which any partially ionized substance actually ionizes can be expressed as its pKa value.
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