molar conductivity


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molar conductivity

[′mō·lər ‚kän‚dək′tiv·əd·ē]
(physical chemistry)
The ratio of the conductivity of an electrolytic solution to the concentration of electrolyte in moles per unit volume.
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Physical and analytical techniques including CHN, IR, UV-Vis, AAS, molar conductivity values and magnetic susceptibility data were used to characterize all complexes.
Molar conductivity values of metal complexes of 10-3M solutions in DMSO were measured on (Jenway 4701) conductivity meter.
The Molar Conductivity ([LAMBDA]) defined as the ratio between the electrical conductivity of solutions and the molar concentration of the same solution was given by the following equation (Feng, Y.
Variation of molar conductivity with root of molar concentration is shown in Fig.
nm, (, M-1 cm-1): 262(8929), 301(8121), 427(7146), 559(1100), 771(20), 820(4); Molar conductivity (DMSO): 42.
The molar conductivity measurements were carried out using Wissenschaftlich-TechnischWerk- -statten 8120.
Table 2 gives the molar conductivity for some ions important for water quality control in research reactors.
The obtained Schiff base and mixed ligand chelates were subjected to several physiochemical techniques in terms of CHN elemental analyses molar conductivity magnetic moment measurements infrared proton nuclear magnetic resonance electronic and mass spectra.
The molar conductivity measurements were obtained using Corning conductivity 220 apparatus.
These new complexes have been characterized by elemental analyses, molar conductivity, magnetic susceptibility, IR, 1H-NMR, UV- Vis spectra and TGA techniques.
The molar conductivity of the cadmium complex in water is 15 ohm-1 cm2 mol-1 indicating that it behaves as a 1:1 electrolyte in solution.