Conductivity of a solution depends upon:
Limiting Ionic conductivity is defined as:
Which of the following statements is correct?
The correct answer is Option D.
The molar conductivity increases with decrease in concentration both, for weak and strong electrolytes.
This is because the total volume, V, of a solution containing one mole of electrolyte also increases. It has been found that a decrease in k on dilution of a solution is more than compensated by an increase in its volume.
Molar conductivity for a compound AB is 145.0 Scm2mol-1 and for CB is 110.1 Scm2mol-1. Limiting molar conductivity for A+ is 73.5 Scm2mol-1. What is limiting molar conductivity for C+?
Kohlrausch’s Law shows that:
Conductivity of a solution contained within 1 centimetre cube volume is known as:
Kohlrausch’s Law is applicable:
At 300K molar conductivity of solution A is 350 units, and at infinite dilution the molar conductivity of the same sample is 480 unit. Predict the percentage dissociation of the electrolyte.
For weak electrolytes ∧mo cannot to be calculated by extrapolation of ∧mo vs (c)1/2graph. Which of the following is not the reason?
With increase in temperature the degree of dissociation of electrolyte: