MOLAR CONDUCTANCE



MOLAR CONDUCTANCE

It is defined as the conductance of a volume of solution containing one mole of the solute, the solution being placed between the two electrodes one centimeter apart and large enough to contain in between them all the solution. Molar conductance is equal to the product of specific conductance and the volume ‘V’ of the solution containing one mole of the solute.

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