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Take $$25\ ml$$ of water in a beaker and pass electricity through it. Then add a little sulphuric acid to it.
What happens when dilute $$H_2SO_4$$ is added?


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When dilute $$H_2SO_4$$ is added to water, the water becomes a good electrolyte. Hence, electricity passes through it. 

When a little dilute sulphuric acid is mixed with water, a large number of hydrogen ions is formed due to the dissociation of $$H_2SO_4$$ into $$H^+$$ ions, which allows the electricity to pass through water. 

Chemistry

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