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explain ^to me
equivalent conductance = kappa * 1000/ normaility.
if you could explain what is happening *physically*?
ok i will tell u
please do. thanks :)
just take the example of copper the conductivity is so at normal temperature because the molecules in the copper are closer but when we increase the temperture the inter molecule distance increase and result is increasing resistance of coopper as we know that resistance is inversly proptional to the conductivity and listen yha baat ho rhi hai concentration ki ...to bhai jaan aa jao ab hm isko realate kre GASEOUS ke sath PV=NRT P=CRT(N/V=C) WHERE C IS CONCENTRATION
This wasn't my question. "molar conductance". electro-chemistry. lambda, kappa. remember something? NCERT dekho 12th ki 3rd chapter!
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I am myself unable to understand the concept behind it, which is why I posted this question in the first place bro! Still, a Medal for your efforts!! :)
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None yet??? :(
This might help http://www.transtutors.com/chemistry-homework-help/electrochemistry/factors-affecting-electrolytic-conductance.aspx
Haha, I finally understood it myself, a bit before you posted this I guess. I was having trouble understanding behavior of molar conductance with change in concentrations, in the case of weak electrolytes. Anyways thanks a million @diyadiya for that link, and taking time out and having a look. :)