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Topic: how does resistance relate to conductivity? R = 1/G & resistivity = 1/conductanc  (Read 3381 times)

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The molar conductivity 0.1 M KCl(aq) at 250C is 129 S cm2 mol-1. The measured
resistance in a conductivity cell was 28.44 W. The resistance was 28.50 W when the
cell contained 0.1 M NH4Cl. Calculate the molar conductivity of NH4Cl(aq) at this
concentration.

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Use KCl data to calculate cell constant.
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