What is a cell constant
Asked by rajpatil | 19th Jun, 2020, 07:12: PM
Cell constant is defined as the ratio of the distance between conductance-titration electrodes to the area of electrodes, measured from the determined resistance of the solution of specific conductance.
Unit of cell constant is cm-1 .
Answered by Ravi | 19th Jun, 2020, 09:09: PM
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