CBSE TEST PAPER-03, CHEMISTRY (Electrochemistry) [ANSWERS], CLASS - XII,CBSE Class 12 Notes | EduRev

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CBSE TEST PAPER-03 
CLASS - XII CHEMISTRY (Electrochemistry) 
[ANSWERS] 
Topic: - Conductance, Equivalent Conductance and Molar conductance 
1. The resistively of a substance is its resistance when it is one meter long and its
area of cross Section is one m
2 
.
2. The SI unit of conductance is Siemens, denoted by the symbol, S & is equal to O
-1
.
3. Conductivity of a material in Sm
-1
 is its conductance when it is 1m long and its area
of cross - section is 1m
2
. It is represented by ? .
4. The conductivity of an electrolyte depends upon
i) The nature of electrolyte added
ii) Size of the ions produced and their solvation
iii) Concentration of the electrolyte
iv) Temperature
5. Molar conductance, O m is related to conductively by the relation.
O m = 
k
c
Where ? = conductivity in s/m.
 C = concentration in mol/m
3 
6. Cell constant and conductivity are related by the expression-
? = 
G
R
 where   G = Cell constant 
? = conductivity
  R = Resistance. 
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CBSE TEST PAPER-03 
CLASS - XII CHEMISTRY (Electrochemistry) 
[ANSWERS] 
Topic: - Conductance, Equivalent Conductance and Molar conductance 
1. The resistively of a substance is its resistance when it is one meter long and its
area of cross Section is one m
2 
.
2. The SI unit of conductance is Siemens, denoted by the symbol, S & is equal to O
-1
.
3. Conductivity of a material in Sm
-1
 is its conductance when it is 1m long and its area
of cross - section is 1m
2
. It is represented by ? .
4. The conductivity of an electrolyte depends upon
i) The nature of electrolyte added
ii) Size of the ions produced and their solvation
iii) Concentration of the electrolyte
iv) Temperature
5. Molar conductance, O m is related to conductively by the relation.
O m = 
k
c
Where ? = conductivity in s/m.
 C = concentration in mol/m
3 
6. Cell constant and conductivity are related by the expression-
? = 
G
R
 where   G = Cell constant 
? = conductivity
  R = Resistance. 
7. Specific conductivity =
cell constant
Resistance
Or cell constant = conductivity × Resistance 
= 92 
-1 -1
  cm  247.8 O × O
= 22797.6 
1 - O
8. 
2
-1
 =   1000 S cm mol m
C
?
? ×
= 
1000 
M
?
? =
1000
m M ? ×
= 
2
4.6  / 0.1m
100
S cm mol ×
= 0.00046 s/cm 
Resistivity = 
1
?
= 
-1
1
 = 2174  cm
0.00046 S cm
O . 
9. With increase in temperature, the K.E. of metal cation increases and obstructs the
free flow of electrons decreasing the conducts of metal while in case of
electrolytes, increased temperature increases the mobility of ions this increases
the conductance of ions.
10. ? = 1.2 2/3 × 10
-3
 
-1 -1
  cm O
 -1 2 -1
 = 165.7  cm mol m ? O .
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