The equivalent conductance of a decimolar solution of acetic acid was found to be 1.58*10^-3Sm^2eq^-1 at a given temperature. Calculate the degree of dissociation of acetic acid.
Asked by mrudulmahadev1311 | 21st Aug, 2019, 12:17: PM
Equivalent conductance of acetic acid = 1.58 ×10−3 Sm2eq−1
Molar conductance of actic acid
For acetic acid, n = 1
Molar conductance of actic acid = 1.58 ×10−3 Sm2eq−1
Limiting molar conductivity for acetic acid is,
Degree of dissociation is,
= 4.04 ×10−6
Answered by Varsha | 22nd Aug, 2019, 02:55: PM
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