Reactions in Solution Ions in Aqueous Solution. (theory developed by Arrhenius) Ionic solids (some, not all) dissolve in water creating freely floating ions in solution. The ions can move under an applied electric current. The positive ions move towards the negative electrode and the negative ions move towards the positive electrode.
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