Question

# Acids and bases conduct ………. Current.A. HeatB. Water C. ElectricD. None of these

Hint: Acids are compounds that have the concentration of Hydrogen ${ H }^{ + }$ ions. Bases are compounds that have the concentration of Hydroxide ${ OH^{ - } }$ ions.
Acids and bases conduct electric current. The conduction of electricity by acids and bases depends upon to the extent they ionize. All the acids and bases do not ionize or dissociate to the same pace. This leads to the statement that acids and bases are not all of equal strength in producing ${ H }^{ + } and { OH^{ - } }$ ions.
For example, ${ HCl }$ is a strong acid that dissociates completely and conducts electricity while ${ CH }_{ 3 }{ COOH }$ is a weak acid and does not ionize completely, hence conducts electricity weakly.