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Keep in mind that "stabilizing" orbitals does not "prevent" electrons from being shared, only that they would be shared to a smaller extent. The very fact that mercury is a liquid and not a gas shows that there is some bonding in mercury, even if it is weaker than the bonding in most metals. So, it is conductive the same way other metals are, just less ...


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1) For what condition do the equations [6] and [7] apply? I think that [7] is for strong electrolytes at low concentration though im not sure. So what about at high concentrations of strong electrolytes? What about weak electrolytes? 2) When would you use equation [6], when would you use equation [7]? Are they equivalent? Equation [6] defines the molar ...


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