Measurement of Conductance (Equivalent or Molar)


The measurement of conductance (Equivalent or molar) of an electrolyte involves the measurement of its specific conductance, which is obtained by measuring the resistance of the solution. The resistance of an electrolytic solution is measured by comparing it with known resistance in a Wheat Stone Bridge circuit. A complete diagram of the apparatus is shown below:

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calculated. Since the conductance is affected by temperature, the electrolytic cell is always placed in the thermostat.

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