equivalent conductance

equivalent conductance

[i′kwiv·ə·lənt kən′dək·təns]
(physical chemistry)
Property of an electrolyte, equal to the specific conductance divided by the number of gram equivalents of solute per cubic centimeter of solvent.
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Accordingly, for each phase of the load, equivalent conductance ([G.
Finally, 490PT or equivalent conductance testers, NSN 613001-510-9594, are found in the SATS and the FRS.
ECa itself depends on EC of the soil solution (ECw), water content ([theta], and this dependence is referred to as `tortuosity' or the `formation factor', F), EC of the solid phase charged surfaces (ECs), and the interaction between the electrolyte concentration and ECs (represented by [delta] which is the empirical ratio of the equivalent conductance of clay counter ions to the maximal value of this equivalent conductance).
All those individual conductances can be very well represented by an equivalent conductance [C.

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