Equivalent Conductance ( A ) & Its Units


The equivalent conductance ( A ) of an electrolyte is defined as the conductance of a volume of solution containing one gram equivalent of the dissolved electrolyte when placed between two parallel electrodes one centimeter apart and large enough to contain between them all of the solution. Equivalent conductance is represented by the symbol ‘A’ (lambda). It is equal to the product of the specific Conductance (K) and the volume ‘V’ in cubic centimeter of the solution containing one gram equivalent of the electrolyte.


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