Does temperature play any role in increase and decrease the resistance of an electrolyte?

Asked by  | 30th Jul, 2008, 07:56: PM

Expert Answer:

Conductivity measurements are temperature dependent. The degree to whcih temperature affects conductivity varies from solution to solution and can be calculated using the following formula:

Gt = Gtcal {1 + a(T-Tcal)}

where: Gt = conductivity at any temperature T in °C, Gtcal = conductivity at calibration temperature Tcal in °C, a = temperature coefficient of solution at Tcal in °C.

Answered by  | 31st Jul, 2008, 07:34: PM

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