Electrolyte refers to the medium which provides the ion transport mechanism between the positive and negative electrodes of a cell. These are substances that produce ions in aqueous solution. It is also a solution that conduct an electric current.

Ionic compounds and strong acids and bases are strong electrolytes.

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"Electrolyte" is in the UNSPSC Code "41113308"
Electrolyte analyzers

Ref: 123804/2006-09-21

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