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Grade: 12

State Kohlrausch law of independent migration of ions. Write an expression for the molar conductivity of acetic acid at infinite dilution according to Kohlrausch law.
4 years ago

## Answers : (9)

Nicho priyatham
625 Points

the equvalent  conductivity of electrolyte at infinite dilution is the sum of equvalent conductivity of ions
(molar conductivity)=n(equvalent conductivity)
so molar conductivity of CH3COOH =   molar conductivity of CH3COO- +   molar conductivity of H+
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4 years ago
grenade
2061 Points

Kohlrausch law of independent migration of ions: The law states that limiting molar conductivity of an electrolyte can be represented as the sum of the individual contributions of the anion and cation of the electrolyte.
4 years ago
Akash Chandra
24 Points
Kohlrausch`s law of independent migration, which states that in the limit of infinite dilution,each ionic species makes a contribution to the conductivity of the solution that depends only on the nature of that particular ion, and is independent of the other ions present.Kohlrausch`s law can be expressed asΛ0 = Σ λ0+ + Σ λ0–

2 years ago
sonia singhroha
36 Points
Khohlrausch law states that at infinte dilutions,the respective ions move independtly of the solution and also with respect to each other . Further more,the molar conductance will be equal to molar co ductance at infinite dilution as there will be no ion-ion interactions. For acetic acid, infinte molar conductance ofCH3COOH=infinte molar conductance of CH3COO- +infinte molar conductance of H+ ions.

2 years ago
Bhavana
19 Points
The limiting molar conductivity of an electrolyte is equal to the sum of ionic conductivities of cation and anion

2 years ago
Shivam dilwale
21 Points
At infinite dilution the contribution of all ion towards the equivalent conductance remains constant it does not depend upon pressure of any other ions

2 years ago
Amardeep Kumar
15 Points
According to the Kohrausch`s law the molar conductance at infinite dilution is the sum of molar ionic conductance of action on anion.

2 years ago
Siddharth Singh
11 Points
According to kohlrauch law limiting molar conductivity of any electrolyte can be expressed in terms of limiting molar conductivity of its cations and anions.So for CH3COOH^° = ^°(CH3COO-) +  ^°(H+)     = 40.9 + 349.6 = 390.5

one year ago
Anusha
13 Points
The equivalent conductance of infinite  dilution of an electrolyte is equal to the algebraic sum of equivalent conductance or modalities of  the cation  and the anion of the electrolyte at infinite dilution

one year ago
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