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Take Cupric Chloride solution in a beaker. Dip two graphite rod in it. Pass electricity through it.

Why does electricity pass through a Cupric Chloride solution?

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Electrolytes are substance which conduct electricity in molten states or in aqueous solution.

 In molten state ions of can more freely. These ions are responsible for the Conduction of electricity by electrolytes.

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