conductivity

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    Ionic Solids Conductivity

    I have no idea what might be an answer to letter a. Also, I think letter b has something to do with the fact that , in general, cations are smaller than anions, but it feels like something is missing. Thanks for taking the time to read this and I hope you help me in this question.
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    Conductivity - NaF NaCl NaBr NaI

    I have done an experiment where, using μS/cm as my unit, from highest to lowest, NaCl, NaI, NaBr, ---- NaF (meaning relatively really low). There seems to be no trend whatsoever, and compared to KCl, KBr, KI, the conductivity trend is not the same. Can someone help me by giving me a link or a...
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    Conductivity - NaF NaCl NaBr NaI

    I have done an experiment where, using μS/cm as my unit, from highest to lowest, NaCl, NaI, NaBr, ---- NaF (meaning relatively really low). There seems to be no trend whatsoever, and compared to KCl, KBr, KI, the conductivity trend is not the same. Can someone help me by giving me a link or a...
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    COnductivity of a solution with Na2SO4 and NaHCO3?

    Does soemone know a way to calculate the conductivity in microSiemens/cm of such a solution? Medium: distilled water Concentrations are 0.01 mol/L Na2SO4 and 0.0022 mol/L NaHCO3. pH is 7.4. Also just hints are really appreciated! :)
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    Difference between Thermal Diffusivity and Thermal Conductivity

    Hello everybody, Maybe somebody can help me. I have to write a paper for my chemistry class. Problem is I can't wrap my head around the concept of thermal diffusivity and thermal conductivity. In my mind it always sounds like the same? I found an article online that presents the problem quite...
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    conductivity offline determination via ionic strength

    Hi, I am looking for a way to adjust the conductivity in a bioreactor system by adding WFI. The problem is that a online measurement is not possible in this system, i.e. a certain amount of WFI has to be added to the system, then mixing occurs and then a sample is taken and the conductivity is...
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    conductivity

    After correction for the water conductivity, the conductivity of a saturated aqueous solution of AgCl at 25*C was found to be 0.1887 mS m^(-1) . What is the solubility of AgCl at this temperature? :confused: I've tried to use the Kohlrausch Law but I'm confused if the value of K is same for...