nonelectrolyte


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nonelectrolyte

(ˌnɒnɪˈlɛktrəˌlaɪt)
n
a substance that does not easily ionize in a solution, and thus conducts electricity poorly
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"The Semi-ideal Solution Theory for Applications to the Densities and Electrical Conductivities of Mixed Electrolyte and Nonelectrolyte Solutions", Journal of Solution Chemistry, 39: 1597-1608.
Patterns of nonelectrolyte permeability in human red blood cell membrane.
Applications to the Densities and Electrical Conductivities of Mixed Electrolyte and Nonelectrolyte Solutions." Journal of Solution Chemistry 39 (11) (October 28): 1597-1608.
This is possibly because sugar is a water soluble nonelectrolyte which does not change the number of ionic species responsible for current carriage; thus, presence of inert sugar molecules basically increases crowding in solution.
(A1) The system is a binary nonelectrolyte system of components 1 and 2 that are completely miscible in the liquid phase.
As a general rule of thumb, monopolar systems using nonelectrolyte solutions must be stopped earlier to avoid hypona-tremia.
fluminea epithelia were relatively non-leaky during a 36-h exposure to a hyperosmotic nonelectrolyte challenge.
The molar conductivities of the complexes measured in DMF ([10.sup.-3] mol x [L.sup.-1] at room temperature) have lower values (13-18 [[OMEGA].sup.-1] [cm.sup.2] [mol.sup.-1]) indicating their nonelectrolyte nature [28].