conductimetry


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conductimetry

[kän·dək′tim·ə·trē]
(chemistry)
The scientific study of conductance measurements of solutions; to avoid electrolytic complications, conductance measurements are usually taken with alternating current.
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These calculations were made measuring the final salt concentration by conductimetry and the final external volume phase (W2), and performing a mass balance of the salt.