electrolytic conductivity

electrolytic conductivity

[i′lek·trə‚lid·ik ‚kän·dək′tiv·əd·ē]
(physical chemistry)
The conductivity of a medium in which the transport of electric charges, under electric potential differences, is by particles of atomic or larger size.
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Measurement of electrolytic conductivity of water is used to determine the cumulative effect of cations and anions concentration in water Electrolytic conductivity value is not selective in terms of indicating the presence of a certain chemical species, (Gutt G.
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Electrolytic conductivity is the measure of the mobility of the ions present in the solution.
Electrolytic conductivity increases at a rate of approximately 1.
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The electrolytic conductivity detector (ELCD) reduces halogen compounds eluting from a GC to HX in a high temp catalytic converter.
The stability of solutions having an electrolytic conductivity, [kappa], of 5 [mu]S/cm to 100 000 [mu]S/cm packaged in glass screw-cap bottles, glass serum bottles, and glass ampoules was monitored for 1 year to 2 years.
Many industries, including pharmaceutical, power, and health care, rely on electrolytic conductivity standards to calibrate electrolytic conductivity meters and cells.