Is Ch3oh an Electrolyte?

Answer

Ch3OH is a non-electrolyte. It cannot carry an electric charge. It is a base for methanol or methyl alcohol. It is also called wood naptha and is used in many cleaning applications.
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nonelectrolyte. Some people thought it is weak electrolyte but when i answered, it was wrong.
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CH3OH (methanol) is a molecular (covalent) compund. That means all the bonds are shared electrons between each element. To be an electrolyte those bonds have to break apart in water
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With electrolytes it is not a matter of which ones are best but
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LiCl.
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