When a solution of an electrolyte is heated the conductance of the solution

Options :
  1. increases because of the electrolyte conducts better
  2. decreases because of the increased heat
  3. decreases because of the dissociation of the electrolyte is suppressed
  4. increases because the electrolyte is dissociated more
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Answer: Option 4

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