Define "Molar conductivity".
Molar conductivity is the conductance of a volume of solution containing 1 mole of dissolved electrolyte when placed between two parallel electrodes 1 cm apart and large enough to contain between them all the solution.
The conductivity of sodium chloride at 298 K has been determined at different concentrations and the results are given below:
|102 × κ/S m–1||1.237||11.85||23.15||55.53||106.74|
Calculate `Lambda_m` for all concentrations and draw a plot between `Lambda_m` and `c^(1/2)` Find the value of `Lambda_m^0`