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urgent help... analysis of current through copper sulphate and sodium chloride


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i did an experiment on electrolysis on various substances. two substances were copper sulpahte which gave an ammeter reading of 0.87A and sodium chloride which gave an ammeter reading of 1.25A. i have a question which says.... suggest a reason why copper (II) sulphate and sodium chloride do not give the same ammeter readings.

 

i would appreciate your help. thanks in advance

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