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Define the Molar Conductance of a Solution. State Its Unit. How is It Related to the Specific Conductance of a Solution? - Chemistry (Theory)

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Define the molar conductance of a solution. State its unit. How is it related to the specific conductance of a solution? 

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Solution

Molar conductance: It is defined as the conductance of all ions produced from one mole of an electrolyte dissolved in a definite volume of the solution.
Its unit is ohm-1 cm2 mol-1. Molar conductance ∧m is related to specific conductance k by the following equation: 

`∧_m = (k xx 1000)/M`

where k is specific conductance and M is a molar concentration of the solution.

Concept: Electrolytic Conductance - General Relationship Between
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