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Grade: 11

                        

At infinite dilution molar conductance becomes maximum. If we dilute this solution even more, there is no change in the value of molar conductance...but the volume changes...so if we use the formula ^ = kV to find the molar conductance , we will get a value different from the actual molar conductance at infinite dilution won’t we?

5 years ago

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shubham sharda
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I understand what you mean, but you must undrstand that infinity is not a number. It is concept. Infinity is the largest number you can think of. So if you add some thing to infinity, it would still be infinity.Thus there should be no change in molar conductance. 
Hope i helped.
5 years ago
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