Why does sodium chloride cannot conduct electricity in its solid form? A. ions in its structure are in fixed positions. b. It

Why does sodium chloride cannot conduct electricity in its solid form?

A. ions in its structure are in fixed positions.
b. It contains no free electrons.
c. It has a giant covalent molecular structure.
d. Ions in its structure only have single negative and single positive charges.

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