Does Pure Water Conduct Electricity?

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Pure water does not conduct electricity because it does not have ions that can carry charge. Pure water is composed of neutral molecules whose atoms have full electron shells.
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water is a covalent compound and therefore has no ions for conducting electricity.
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Water, when in pure form don't conduct electricity. But water usually contains some amount of salts & impurities which make it polar and hence it conducts.
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AN annoying idea but true is that water is just slightly soluble, just barely, that is water dissolves in water. But it does not free up enough ions, positive or negative, to carry
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