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To Calculate molar conductivity at infinity dilution of NH4OH, We'll use kohlrausch's law-
Answered by Ravi | 2nd Sep, 2020, 04:28: PM
- Calculate ^°for weak electrolyte by the help of kohlrausch law
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- Molar conductance values at infinite dilution of Na+ and Cl- ions are 50.11*10^-4Sm^2mol^-1 and 76.34*10^-4Sm^2mol^-1 respectively. Calculate the transport number of Na+ ion.
- 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.
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- What is the major application of Kohlrausch's Law.
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- Two solutions A and B are provided to you. Both have same amount of identical weak electrolyte the volume of the solution B is three times the volume of solution A. Will the molar conductivity of the solution A will be having one third the molar conductivity.
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