Does Vinegar Conduct Electricity?

Answer

Vinegar does conduct electricity. This is possible because of the acetic acid and salt present within it. Acids and salts are able to conduct electricity.
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1 Additional Answer
Yes, vinegar does conduct electricity. Vinegar contains salt, which is known to conduct electricity. However, since vinegar contains only a few ions, it conducts very little electricity.
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