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## What is the unit of equivalent conductance?

Unit of equivalent conductance are ohm-1cm2 .

**How do you write equivalent conductance?**

The unit of equivalent conductivity is (1) S cm⁻² (2) ohm cm² (g – equivalent) (3) ohm – cm (4) ohm⁻¹ cm² (g – equivalent) ⁻¹

**Is equivalent conductance and equivalent conductivity same?**

Equivalent conductivity (Λ): The conductance of that volume of solution containing one equivalent of an electrolyte is known as equivalent conductivity. It is denoted by Λ. Let us consider the V cm3 of solution containing one equivalent of an electrolyte. Its conductance is equal to equivalent conductance, Λ.

### What is equivalent conductivity class 12?

Complete answer: – Equivalent conductivity is the specific conductance of an aqueous solution containing 1 equivalent weight of electrolyte dissolved in the solution. – Hence, it is defined as the conducting power of all the ions produced by dissolving 1gm equivalent of an electrolyte in the solution.

**What is the formula of equivalent conductance?**

Equivalent Conductance The volume of the solution containing 1 gram equivalent electrolyte, V = 1000/C(N) cc. Therefore, equivalent conductance (λ) = V × L or λ = 1000L/C(N).

**What is equivalent conductance in electrochemistry?**

The term ‘equivalent conductance’ can be defined as the net conductance of every ion that is produced from one gram equivalent of a given substance. It can be calculated using the following formula: λ = kV. Where. V = Volume (in millilitres) that contains one gram equivalent of the given electrolyte.

## What is the unit of molar conductance?

siemens metres squared per mole

The SI unit of molar conductivity is siemens metres squared per mole (S m2 mol−1). However, values are often quoted in S cm2 mol−1.

**How do you measure equivalent conductance?**

**What is equivalent conductance and specific conductance?**

Specific Conductance or conductivity is the conductance of a given solution enclosed in a cell having two electrodes of unit area and are separated by 1cm. While Equivalent Conductance is also a specific case but a little different than that of the previous one.

### What is equivalent conductance and molar conductance?

Molar conductance is the conductance of all the ions furnished by one mole of an electrolyte present in a definite volume of the solution. Equivalent conductance is the conductance of a volume of a solution consisting of one equivalent weight of dissolved substance when it is placed between two parallel electrodes.

**What is the unit of molal conductance 2?**

The SI unit of molar conductivity is siemens metres squared per mole (S m2 mol−1).

Therefore, equivalent conductance (λ) = V × L or λ = 1000L/C (N). The unit of λ equal to ohm -1 cm 2 /gram equivalent or siemens m 2 /gram equivalent. It is used to compare the conductance of different electrolyte solutions.

**What is the meaning of C in conductance?**

where C is the per litre concentration of gram equivalent (or Normality). This word has been used very widely before. It is now superseded by molar conductance. The equivalent conductance units are ohm-1cm-1.

## What is ionic conductance?

It is defined as the conducting power of all the ions produced by dissolving one gram equivalent of an electrolyte in solution. where C is the concentration in gram equivalent per litre (or Normality). This term has earlier been quite frequently used. Now it is replaced by molar conductance.

**What is the relation between molar conductance and equivalent conductance?**

The relation between equivalent conductance and molar conductance can be given by: μ = Λ x equivalent factor of an electrolyte The total charge on either anions or cations present in one formula unit of the electrolyte is usually the equivalent factor.