# The ionization of strong electrolytes in acetic acid compared to that in water isA.WeakB.StrongC.MediumD.No ionization

Verified
146.4k+ views
Hint: We must know that an electrolyte is a substance that contains free ions and has the property as an electrically conductive medium. Generally, they consist of ions in solution; we can also call electrolytes as ionic solutions.

Acetic acid ($C{H_3}COOH$) is an example of a weak acid. It does not get completely dissociated into ions in an aqueous solution. Therefore, a strong electrolyte will not be completely ionized in a weak electrolyte. Hence, the ionization strength will be weak and less.