Explain alcohol,ghee and pure water are not a good conductor of electricity . Fully elaborated

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​​​​​​For a solution to conduct electricity, presence of free ions is necessary. Alcohol, Ghee as well as Pure water do not furnish ions in solution that is, they do not ionise.
That is why alcohol, ghee and pure water act as bad conductors of electricity.


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No, for a solution to conductelectricity, presence of free ions is necessary, hence?alcohol, which doesn't ionise is a bad?conductor of electricity.?No. Pure?alcohol?don't have free moving ions to carry?electrical charges.

Ghee?is an example of fats. ... Oils and fats are good conductors of heat?and electricity. Explanation: Oils and fats are poor?conductors of heat?and electricity. They do?not?allow?heat?or electricity?to pass through them.

Pure water?is?not a good conductor of electricity. ... Because the?electricalcurrent is transported by the ions in solution, the conductivity increases as the concentration of ions increases. Thus conductivity increases as?water dissolved ionic species.
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