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pl. derive unit of equivalent conductance

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Dear kapadia

It is defined as the conductance of that volume of solution which has one equivalent dissolved in it.

V = Volume of solution which has one equivalent in it.

N normality (Number of equivalents per liter or 1000cc)

relation between equivalent-conductance normality

unit of equivalent-conductance

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