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Electrolytes when dissolved in water, split up into two or more electrically charged particles. In 1887, Arrhenius explained this property of electrolytes, and hence, it is known as Arrhenius's theory of electrolyte dissociation.

The charged particles, which are formed when the electrolyte is dissolved in water, are called ions, and this process is called ionization. The process of ionization is reversible. These ions may have positive or negative charges.

The total number of positive charges is equal to the total number of negative charges in the solution. Since they are charged, they are responsible for carrying the electric current through the solution.

The extent of ionization is given by the ratio of the total number of dissociated molecules to the number of molecules dissolved. The degree of ionization can be increased by diluting the solution in case of weak electrolytes.

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