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Es descriu com a ''concentrat'' si té una alta concentració iònica, o ''diluït'' si en té una baixa concentració. Si una alta proporció del solut és dissociat en ions, la solució és ''forta'', si la major part roman no ionitzada, és ''dèbil''.
 
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<!--n '''electrolyte''' is a substance which dissociates free [[ion]]s when [[dissolve]]d (or [[molten]]), to produce an [[electrical conductor| electrically conductive]] medium. Because they generally consist of ions in solution, electrolytes are also known as '''ionic solutes'''. They are sometimes referred to in abbreviated [[jargon]] as '''lytes'''.
 
Electrolytes generally exist as [[acid]]s, [[base (chemistry)|base]]s or [[salt]]s.
 
An electrolyte may be described as ''concentrated'' if it has a high [[concentration]] of ions; or ''dilute'', a low concentration of ions. If a high ''proportion'' of the dissolved [[solute]] dissociates to form ions, the solution is ''strong''; if most of the dissolved solute remains un-ionised, the solution is ''weak''.
 
The properties of electrolytes may be exploited via [[electrolysis]] to extract constituent [[elements]] and [[compounds]] contained within the solution. -->
 
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